mandrake : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the root of the mandrake plant; used medicinally or as a narcotic
- n a plant of southern Europe and North Africa having purple flowers, yellow fruits and a forked root formerly thought to have magical powers
- Scientists are now experimenting with an ancient remedy well known to patent-medicine makers: the mandrake, or Mayapple root.
- Other habit-forming drugs are ether, alcohol, chloroform, hashish (the drug of inspired assassins) and mandrake, sleepy syrup that comes from a forked root.
- Of Morgana, mistress of mandrake and sulfur, Mirren makes an armored, camp enchantress.
- GaÃ«l Duval in InternetNews.com
Working at Ulteo is quite similar to what happened with Mandrake during the early years,Duval said. "The main difference is that now, I'm 10 years older than developers. Anyway, one of the lessons I've learned is: this time, try to keep...
- Criss Angel in Superherohype.com
I've just signed on to do a movie which I'll be shooting at the end of this year called 'Mandrake,'Angel said. "Which is based on the comic book strip. It's gonna kind of be like a kind of cool realm of 'The Crow' but different of Mandrake...
- Ric Charlesworth in The Statesman
I am not Mandrake ~ the magician. I have to assign our priorities. I think I have to be a catalyst for the shift. It is a unique opportunity to have a look into the matter,said Mr Charlesworth, Saturday.