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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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A smooth, classy white with a blossomy nose and pure orchard fruits with plenty of freshness and charm, there's also richness and depth from barrel ageing.
Overflowing with peach, pear and lime with a blossomy nose, it bridges the gap between a chardonnay and a sauvignon blanc and has intensity without weight.
My blossomy bottom and cottage cheese thighs went from a full serving size to a single helping," Dottie joked.
Hurston's "She had no more blossomy openings dusting pollen over her man, neither any glistening young fruit where the petals used to be"(112) is similar to Jacobsen's "Whatever had been delicate and flowerlike in her nature, all the fair and fragrant growth which heretofore had entwined her life as with luxurious though fantastic and even bizane arabesques, withered and died the death"(209).