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  1. heathnoun

    a low evergreen shrub of the family Ericaceae; has small bell-shaped pink or purple flowers


  2. heath, heathlandnoun

    a tract of level wasteland; uncultivated land with sandy soil and scrubby vegetation


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  1. heath

    Heather, see there, Calluna vulgaris

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  1. Everett Rutherford:

    Matthew Heath called just now, we were able to tell him what we're doing for him, for the other families, how hard we're working to try to get him home, to try to give him a bit of courage and hope.

  2. David Crow:

    The new Joker is a plunge into nihilism. There is no redemption at all. It is a lot grimmer to watch than even Heath Ledger's Joker in 'The Dark Knight'.

  3. Danielle Robinson:

    Sgt. First Class Heath Robinson, left, developed a rare form of deadly cancer after Heath Robinson was exposed to burn pits during a 13-month tour of duty in Iraq. ( Susan Zeier).

  4. Tom Perez:

    I fundamentally disagree with Heath Mello's personal beliefs about women's reproductive health. It is a promising step that Mello now shares the Democratic Party's position on women's fundamental rights. Every candidate who runs as a Democrat should do the same, because every woman should be able to make her own health choices. Period.

  5. Natalia Broniarczyk:

    This is a politically and ideologically motivated decision not based on the concern for women' heath and safety, in all countries that curb access to contraception and legal and safe abortion, the black market grows.

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