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lily

a common name for many plants in the family Liliaceae, many of them poisonous. In cases where such plants are suspected of causing poisoning it is probably safest to assume that they are. See also gloriosa, arum.

lily-of-the-valley
lily-of-the-valley tree
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When Lily's older sister comes home to plan her wedding and wants their father to be part of the wedding, Lily says if their father comes, she won't participate, but she feels bound by her promise to Michael not to tell the family why.
Comedian Lily Tomlin, who hangs her hat in the (818) area, appeared in a pair of live performances Friday and Saturday at California State University, Northridge's Plaza del Sol Performance Hall.
While Lily was busily giving away food and other items to storm victims, more supplies kept arriving from local churches and food banks, and the operation grew larger
As three year-old Lily chats happily about her puppy Barney and the chickens on her dad's farm in Stockton, Warwickshire, it's hard to imagine that just a year ago she was at death's door.
In Comfort, Oregon, Laurelhurst private school third grade teacher Lily Robinson enjoys her job, likes her students, and not having any permanent emotional attachments.
Ray, whom she cannot even bear to call Dad, and mysterious objects left by her deceased mother, lead Lily to flee the peach farm and find herself in the home of the Boatwright sisters.
Researchers in Japan have finally observed living larvae of a sea lily, a marine invertebrate with a 500-million-year fossil record.
Lily Sutton (Susan Wooldridge) is the upper--middle--class English woman who finds herself stranded in the middle of an isolated Albertan town with three young children and an emotionally unavailable husband.
Even Bully buff Lily has curbed her habit--a little.
Lily Partridge, 23, was airlifted to hospital after collapsing at the side of the pitch but could not be saved.
One day, Jane accompanied Lily and her father, William, on one of William's botanical expeditions.