As canker'd as a cow wi' ae horn.
"The Proverbs of Scotland" by Alexander Hislop
But I have seen this canker grow upon us which now leads us to our death.
"The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago" by Arthur Conan Doyle
And the gibe went again as a poisoned shaft to the wound that was lying as a canker in the breast of Stanley.
"The Hero of Garside School" by J. Harwood Panting
The citrus canker is now threatening the orange orchards of the Southern states.
"Conservation Reader" by Harold W. Fairbanks
This covetousness is like canker, that eats the iron place where it lives.
"State Trials, Political and Social" by Various
Even while he believed that it was the sin that he hated, and not the sinner, it had been like a canker within him.
"David Fleming's Forgiveness" by Margaret Murray Robertson
The Canker Rose is the wild Dog Rose, and the name is sometimes applied to the common Red Poppy.
"The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare" by Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
The very army is smitten with the canker.
"The Frontier" by Maurice LeBlanc
There is a canker, however, somewhere about the core of his heart.
"The Prairie Child" by Arthur Stringer
Eighteen summers have scarce kissed the brow of the fair maid, and already the canker worm of sorrow is preying upon her heart-strings.
"Graham's Magazine, Vol. XXXII No. 4, April 1848" by Various
Fair as is fair a cankered lily,
A girl who late did lie
Beneath my window slumbrous—stilly,
Rose as these youths came nigh.
"Two Visions" by Alfred Austin
And I should steep myself in rest,
As trees when winds have fled,
And draw the canker from the breast,
The fever from the head.
"The Churchyard Tree" by Alexander Anderson
I know 'tis weakness thus to pray;
But all this cankering care —
This doubt tormenting night and day
Is more than I can bear!
"Call Me Away" by Anne Bronte
Pride and hot envy and cold greed,
The cankers of the loftier will,
What if ye triumph, and yet bleed?
Ah, can ye not be still?
"The Better Day" by Archibald Lampman
But Love had, like the canker-worm,
Consumed her early prime:
The rose grew pale, and left her cheek;
She died before her time.
"William And Margaret" by Henry Morley
The canker is on roses too!
I cried, and lifted up the rod
And scourged them bleeding to the ground.
All, all are sinners unto God.
"The Four Roses" by John Crowe Ransom
Although canker 's etiology is still not clear, Apprich cites a recently published study (Brandt 2010) describing certain similarities between canker and equine sarcoids.
In this study 25 horses diagnosed with canker also tested positive for bovine papillomavirus DNA, which can lead to sarcoid development.
Contributed photo Hypoxylon canker causes a thinning of crowns and sloughing of bark by trees.
Known as Caliciopsis pinea, state officials first identified the canker in New Hampshire in 1997 but said little is known about the disease.
Symptoms on young trees are cankers that appear slightly sunken and darker than other areas.
Cankers can girdle limbs or trunks.
Within two years of planting, growers are losing plum trees to rapid decline from girdling cankers .
If I feel a canker sore coming on, I put a wad of chopped sauerkraut on the area, hold it there for a minute, then chew and swallow.
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Is it a Canker Sore or Cold Sore.
It's Time for " Canker Sores 101".
Whereas the cause of canker sores remains a mystery, they affect ~20% of Americans at some point in their life.
The signs and symptoms of canker sores include painful sores in the mouth?on the tongue, on the soft palate, and inside the cheeks.
Jose Ramirez pulls down a poplar tree, one of many poplars that have been dying from canker disease, the rotting of the trees from the inside.
Treating Equine Canker with Topical Cisplatin Chemotherapy.