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'''Mistletoe''' is a parasitical plant that grows on [[oak]] trees. It has green leaves and small, waxy white berries (which are inedible); sprigs of mistletoe are traditionally used as Christmas decorations in many countries.
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'''Mistletoe''' is a parasitical plant that grows on [[oak]] trees. It has green leaves and small, waxy white berries (which are inedible); sprigs of mistletoe are traditionally used as Christmas decorations in many countries. A kiss under the mistletoe is a tradition recognised world-wide.

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Mistletoe is a parasitical plant that grows on oak trees. It has green leaves and small, waxy white berries (which are inedible); sprigs of mistletoe are traditionally used as Christmas decorations in many countries. A kiss under the mistletoe is a tradition recognised world-wide.