dahlia


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dah·li·a

(dal'yă),
A violet dye, methyl-triethyl-amino-triphenyl-carbinol chloride. Also called Hoffman violet.
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Remy said the P1-million bounty from President Rodrigo Duterte for informants who could provide leads on the arrest of Dahlia still holds.
WHILE everything else in the garden is fading, the blousy blooms of dahlias are still going strong.
The initial attraction between Dahlia and Trigger leaves the reader wondering how their relationship will develop, given the rules against fraternization.
Fear a flop Although robust, the dahlia is prone to flopping over and they are easily damaged by wind so a stout stake is required.
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com)-- Cut flower growers know that dahlias, lilies and gladiolas are some of the best flowers for cutting.
KB Home (NYSE:KBH) reported on Wednesday the grand opening of Dahlia Pointe in Mesa.
A Quezon City court, it was recalled, earlier issued a warrant of arrest against De Guzman and a hold departure order (HDO) to Dahlia for their involvement in the killing of Enzo on June 12, 2014.
I'll plant more bulbs - alliums this time - around the edge of the dahlias for added pizazz.
The Capital Appeal seemed the perfect thing to support once the dahlia was ready for sale.