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CALLA

(kahl'ă),

CALLA

Abbreviation for common acute lymphoblastic leukemia antigen.
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If you're borrowing a substantial amount of money, two per cent makes a big difference," said Calla, "and in some cases is makes projects viable.
Calla cited the experiences, of Squamish, which raised $45 million between 1992 and 2002 by taxing non-Native entities for their use of community land.
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STEP FOUR Cut about an inch off the stems of the calla lilies and place into vase.
Look for calla rhizomes or potted plants in well-stocked nurseries and garden centers.
Then, suddenly, pink and yellow calla species, smaller than the white, began to appear in nurseries.
The bride, wearing a strapless white organza gown with a beaded bodice, carried a bouquet of white calla lilies.
Dwarf pinks, yellows, and oranges grow to 1 1/2 feet tall; common white calla grows to 3 feet.
They wore designer gowns of pewter faille and silk organza and carried bouquets of calla lilies, roses, lisianthus, and seeded eucalyptus.
Callas, gladiolas, lilies, and tigridia produce a showy display in pots or garden beds in late spring or summer.
If you want to choose flowers that are going to last a long time, you want to go with rust-colored calla lilies.
And Voysey was sympathetic to the rural vernacular, just as Callas and Shortridge are uncommonly sensitive to landscape.