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primrose

/prim·rose/ (prim´rōz)
1. a plant of the genus Primula; P. obco´nica (the cultivated primrose plant) is a common cause of allergic contact dermatitis.

evening primrose  the herb Oenothera biennis, or a preparation of oil from its seeds; see under oil.
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Last year, Primrose opened 19 new schools including its first school in California, expanding the company's footprint to reach from coast to coast.
Primrose joins Marriott from Rational 360, a strategic public relations and communications firm where she has been a partner since 2013 providing counsel and communications support for C-suite executives at large multinational companies.
THE delicate and humble primrose which sits in the shade at the feet of towering trees in Welsh woods has beaten the nation's emblem - the daffodil - to become our favourite wildflower in a new survey.
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Or if you love the wild primrose, Primula vulgaris, try it with puschkinia, scillas or chionodoxa and anemone nemorosa, our native wood anemone.
WRAGGE Lawrence Graham & Co's Energy team has helped Primrose Solar to expand its portfolio through the acquisition of a further five solar farms in the UK.
The primrose is the county flower of Devon but there are people throughout the country who feel such an attachment to this joyous little flower, they consider it is particularly special to their area and to them - their own primrose.
Malcolm Primrose, 61, was ambushed as he was driven home from work.
In this sequel to the Newbery Honor Book Everything on a Waffle, Primrose Squarp's wish to have a best friend appears to be answered when the quiet, hulking Ked shows up at her former foster parents' trailer.
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