She beat out popular former governor Tommy Thompson for the seat of retiring Democratic Sen. herb Kohl.
herb was so obsessed that she was happy and loved her pictures, it took weeks of planning to make the set perfect.
After the shoot, herb arranged for a very special small box to be delivered to Elizabeth.
herb sent me a photo of this “grungy hippie-type surfer boy,” as he called him.
Gun sales in America have been following political cycles for decades, said herb Belin, a product manager at Smith & Wesson.
It is an odd fortune that connected the Chinese herb so closely with the struggle of principle in America.
A curious instance of the value of the herb in this respect occurred in 1760.
Suez stands in a desert place, where grows no herb of any kind.
I say, herb, are you really dead sure that Barville will win this afternoon?
Black hellebore grows in marshy grounds, and may be had at the herb shops.
c.1300, erbe "non-woody plant," from Old French erbe "grass, herb, plant" (12c.), from Latin herba "grass, an herb, herbage, turf." Refashioned after Latin since 15c., but the h- was mute until 19c. Slang meaning "marijuana" is attested from 1960s.
Marijuana; pot: So you get fines to pay and you've lost your herbs (1960s+ Narcotics)
(1.) Heb. 'eseb, any green plant; herbage (Gen. 1:11, 12, 29, 30; 2:5; 3:18, etc.); comprehending vegetables and all green herbage (Amos 7:1, 2). (2.) _Yarak_, green; any green thing; foliage of trees (2 Kings 19:26; Ps. 37:2); a plant; herb (Deut. 11:10). (3.) _Or_, meaning "light" In Isa. 26:19 it means "green herbs;" in 2 Kings 4:39 probably the fruit of some plant. (4.) _Merorim_, plural, "bitter herbs," eaten by the Israelites at the Passover (Ex. 12:8; Num. 9:11). They were bitter plants of various sorts, and referred symbolically to the oppression in Egypt.