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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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Both feminine and fierce, the rising star is also the best ambassador for the limited-edition V15 Blossom Pink.
The Vivo x Benefit kit will come in a pretty pink box that will include the V15 Blossom Pink, as well as two Benefit box o' powders- Dandelion Twinkle Blush and the Gold Rush Blush.
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Summary: Tokyo [Japan], May 20 (ANI): Many Japanese and foreign tourists are looking forward to seeing the cherry blossoms, also known as 'Sakura', which are in full bloom this spring season.
Blossom's vaccinations are up to date and her adoption fee is $75.
Senator Susan Collins escorted Maine Cherry Blossom Princess Zoe Grant of Belfast at the Cherry Blossom Congressional Reception last week.
DUBAI: A 17-year-old Dubai girl has launched an unusual project called the Cherry Blossom Initiative under which she has taken it upon herself to infuse colour into the grey interiors of UAE's labour camps and India's slum schools by drawing on what the iconic Japanese tree stands for.
Blossom , the first accelerator that aims to empower and enable women's startups in Saudi Arabia, is gearing up for its latest cohort.
To coincide with the Alishan cherry blossom festival, there will be guided steam train rides available on the mountain starting March 20, announced the Alishan Forest Railway and Cultural Heritage Office yesterday (March 5).
"People pay more attention to the cherry blossom season than any other flower in Japan," Ryo Dojo, an official of the statistics unit at the Japan Meteorological Agency, told AFP.
JAPAN'S Sakura or cherry blossom season is feverishly anticipated by locals and visitors alike.
Yasuyuki Aono, a professor at Osaka Prefecture University, used these sources to cobble together a record of cherry blossom flowering dates.