- n American plants closely resembling Old World mistletoe
- n Old World parasitic shrub having branching greenish stems with leathery leaves and waxy white glutinous berries; the traditional mistletoe of Christmas
- n shrub of central and southeastern Europe; partially parasitic on beeches, chestnuts and oaks
- MISTLETOE The limber pine dwarf mistletoe is proliferating throughout western forests in North America, thanks to heat and drought-weakened trees that act as perfect hosts for this .
- Like Yule logs, mistletoe and roasting chestnuts? Well, a lot of people don't.
- Or had they died from a bout of overindulgence of mistletoe during the holidays? The answer to both is no, according to experts at Texas AM University.
News & Articles
- From the Web: Magic trick for the homeless
We have featured a few of Provo YouTube magician and prankster Stuart Edge's videos in recent months, like his "Kissing Under the Mistletoe" prank, his "Saran Wrap Sledding," his "Spiderman Ki…
June 11, 2013 - Provo Daily Herald
- Small freezer fire extinguished at Redding school
A small kitchen fire broke out in the kitchen at Mistletoe Elementary School, near the intersection of Mistletoe Lane and Churn Creek Road, this afternoon.
June 5, 2013 - The Record Searchlight
- Mark Richt in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
He sang something about a mistletoe, I'm not quite sure,Richt said. "But he sang it well. He cut those gassers in half, so that was a good deal."
- Jerry Butler in Chicago Sun-Times
Butler, who often used Hathaway as an arranger, asked, "Why do we specify 'written by an African American'? It's a great song. And 'This Christmas' had the audacity to say, 'Hang all the mistletoe / I'm going to get to know you better this...
- Scott Macartney in ESPN
("There is no mistletoe," two-time Olympian Scott Macartney said. "It's an all-men's team."