Definitions for "Thyme "
Any plant of the labiate genus Thymus. The garden thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is a warm, pungent aromatic, much used to give a relish to seasoning and soups.
A grey-green aromatic leaves and small purple flowers, used as a flavouring.
(Spain) Steam distilled from the flowering tops and leaves of the plant resulting in the oil. Is a very strong anti-bacterial and anti-microbial agent used for a natural preservative.
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Thyme was burned in ancient temples to ward off venomous creatures. The fragrance has long been known to promote courage and dispel fear. It stimulates the conscious mind and will revitalize the mindbody physiology.
Thyme is a robust, Web-based calendar suite. It can be used as a personal planner, a company or organization's event calendar, an RSS gateway, an iCalendar service, an application embedded into your PHP enabled Web site or intranet, and more. It supports multiple users, timezone compensation, iCalendar standards, RSS syndication, multiple themes, and LDAP authentication.
An easy to use accounting program for small business. Can be translated into any language and hopefully be very configurable without introducing complexity. Written in Java, using a Apache Derby embedded database it can be used on any operating system.
spice commonly used by dealers to defraud customers because it looks like marijuana