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Blossom

The Christian name of the cow used by Edward Jenner to develop the smallpox vaccine in 1796.
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And can I, heedless of their beauty, doom them to pain and grief, that I might save my own dear blossoms from the cruel foes to which I leave them?
Sadly they watched over every bird and blossom which she had loved, and strove to be like her in kindly words and deeds.
The colossal nature of Sally's deceit was plainly troubling Joe Blossom.
Joe Blossom raised his shears and clipped a protruding branch.
Ritz-Carlton hotels and the luxury brand's properties throughout Japan have collaborated on an exclusive guide to celebrating Sakura, the iconic Cherry Blossom season.
Kyoto is an ideal city within which to enjoy the cherry blossoms because of its location and history.
It is obtained from fresh rose blossom comprising the petals and sepals of roses of the species Rosa damascena Mill.
The old saying refers to the May blossom, not the month of May, which is the blossom of the hawthorn bush.
Blossoms by Bike will depart daily from the National Mall location at L'Enfant Plaza from 12:00 - 2:00 pm and 3:00 - 5:00 pm, with an additional weekend tour from 9:30 - 11:30 am.
The onset of the opening blossoms is tracked daily on the news as it moves northwards from the warmer south around Okinawa in January, to Tokyo in late March and up in the mountains and around Hokkaido in April.
Okayama in western Japan is likely to see blossoms on March 22, the earliest ever for the city, while March 20 would also be the earliest date ever recorded for Tokyo, the agency said.
WASHINGTON & NEW YORK -- The National Cherry Blossom Festival today announced MetLife's support of the 2012 Centennial Celebration.