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1984) A novel by Rowan Kirby. Used availability for Rowan Kirby's Bitter Spring. August 1984 : UK Paperback.
Find rowan from a vast selection of Books. Rowan Knitting & Crochet Magazine Number 49 UK Rowan Yarns Spring/ Summer 2010.
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A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Author: Rowan Edwards, Rowan Kirby. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included.
The "arboreal" Bríatharogam in the Book of Ballymote associates the rowan with the letter luis, with the .
The "arboreal" Bríatharogam in the Book of Ballymote associates the rowan with the letter luis, with the gloss "delightful to the eye (li sula) is luis, . rowan (caertheand), owing to the beauty of its berries". The fruit of European rowan (Sorbus aucuparia) can be made into a slightly bitter jelly which in Britain is traditionally eaten as an accompaniment to game, and into jams and other preserves either on their own or with other fruit.