“A Brilliant Conspiracy” Episode 15.
Oxyblepsia proffers questionable judgement, requiring beholders manifest solid evidence.
Ketch tracks lead from a holm upstream, veering Westwards.
Deposited xenoliths implicate yachty Zollie, castigating navigational gear.
Holm island in a river
Ketch a two-masted, fore-and-aft rigged sailing boat with a mizzenmast stepped forward of the rudder and smaller than its foremast.
Oxyblepsia extremely keen sight
Xenolith piece of rock brought in from another area
Yachty relating to yachts
Archibald’s ‘Horse of the Day’
Ogygian is my Outsider, even though he is one of the top 250 US racehorses at No. 133.
Jamila’s ‘Daily Poison’
Oleander (Nerium oleander); In Sanskrit the plant’s name means ‘Horse killer’; in Arabic and Italian it means ‘Ass killer’. Goats are immune.
Distribution: Southern Europe, Asia, southern US;
Toxic principle: cardiac glycosides, oldendrin, and nerioside;
Symptoms: sweating, vomiting, bloody diarrhoea, unconsciousness, respiratory paralysis, and death.
The Challenge runs over 26 days – with Sundays off for good behaviour – and each day will be based on the alphabet, from A through to Z.
Read more about the Challenge I set myself in my Theme Reveal:
Blogging from A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal 2016
For more on the Blogging from A to Z Challenge and to visit the other brave bloggers, go to the official site and this linky list.
Hah. I could use some Ass Killer. XD
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I’m late replying and so apologies, Alyssa.
I’m guessing Oleander is one of those plants that animals like to graze even though it will kill them, given the meanings of its name.
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Animals like horses can graze on things that are poisonous, if the owner of the paddocks don’t remove them. One of the hazards of owning a horse or whatever.