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elder

noun adult, advanced in years, ancestor, ancient, antiquated, antique, archaic, early, elderly, matured, older man, older woman, one of the older generation, original, senior, senior citizen, superannuated, veteran, vintage
Associated concepts: elder care, medicare, social security
See also: adult, predecessor, primogenitor
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River Hills Harvest is based in the Missouri countryside, where the American black elderberry (Sambucus canadensis) thrives.
Using a nine-point hedonic scale, 115 participants evaluated the elderberry beverages for acceptability of appearance, color, flavor, sweetness, sourness, mouthfeel and overall liking.
Black elderberry, (Sambucus nigra) also known as European elderberry, is a berry predominantly originating from Europe and is optimally cultivated in the Steiermark region of Austria.
Vitamin and mineral supplements by Sambucol are made from extract of black elderberry and is available in both a syrup and lozenge format, with separate products aimed at adults and children.
Elderberry jam/jelly contains many vitamins and minerals, particularly vitamin B17.
All the recipes we found on the Internet for elderberry wine called for yeast nutrient.
Because the power plant uses so much water - it can cause the lower lake level to rise and fall as much as 25 feet in a day - Elderberry Lake is separated from the main Castaic Lake by its own dam.
Severn Trent Water has launched a year-long campaign to promote hedgerows and the elderberry and highlight their importance to the environment.
Elderberry is a dark berry that grows in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
The hosts were Cowcliffe Methodist Church and Fartown Trinity Methodist Church who run The Elderberry club between them.
A cup of elderberry tea every day should keep you well all winter, but if you do get sick, drink a cup three times a day.
Second-place finisher Elderberry was disqualified following the incident.