urban

Definition funny of Druse:

urbanA Norwegian slang, meaning the act of doing something in a unstoppable way.

urban"Dude, your ma is hot!" "Gonna druse your face, asshole!" "Ready for some homework" "Yeah, lets druse with pen and paper" Norwegian: "Klar for fylla?" "Ja, DRUSE PÅ!!"

songs

Songs about Druse:

songsDruse by Muslimgauze from the Album Betrayal

songsDruse by Panasonic from the Album Occupied Territories

songsDruse (2) by Muslimgauze from the Album Betrayal

songsDruse Double Reed and Voices by Unspecified from the Album Arabic and Druse Music

songsDruse Dubke by Damián Nisenson Trio from the Album En concert

songsDruse dubke by Damián Nisenson Trio from the Album Muzika

songsDruse Festival by Unspecified from the Album Arabic and Druse Music

books

Books about Druse:

booksVoyage en Orient: Volume 1: Les femmes de Caire - Druses et Maronites (French Edition) by Gérard de Nerval (Sep 22, 2014)

booksThe Journals of Eleanor Druse: My Investigation of the Kingdom Hospital Incident by Eleanor Druse (Jan 16, 2004)

booksAdventures in Arabia: Among the Bedouins, Druses, Whirling Dervisches & Yezidee Devil Worshipers (Armchair Traveller... by William B. Seabrook (Apr 1994)

booksThe Druses of the Lebanon: Their Manners, Customs and History : With a Translation of Their Religious Code by Chasseaud and George Washington (Jul 21, 2014)

booksRoxy Druse & The Murders of Herkimer County by Michael Cooney (May 1, 2009)

booksEighty Great Natural Shade Garden Plants (Ken Druse's Natural Garden Guides) by Ken Druse (Apr 22, 1997)

books80 Great Natural Habitat Plants (Ken Druse's Natural Garden Guides) by Ken Druse (Feb 17, 1998)

wiki

Wiki information Druse:

Druse

In geological usage druse or druzy is a coating of fine crystals on a rock fracture surface, vein or within a vug or geode.

Druse

Druse are groups of crystals of calcium oxalate, silicates, or carbonates present in plants. Calcium oxalate crystals are found in algae, angiosperms and gymnosperms in a total of more than 215 families. These plants accumulate oxalate in the range...