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Lilium

Homeopathy
A minor homeopathic remedy that is used for female reproductive disorders, as well as for anginal pain.
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Around the time Lilium was established, its founders realized they didn't want to make a "luxury product" or "something we sell to rich individuals," but a "service that's affordable," Gerber told CNBC in an interview.
If it continues to do well in test flights, it may not be long before Lilium Jets start zipping over city airspace.
Lilium boss Daniel Wiegand said: "We have solved some of the toughest engineering challenges in aviation to get to this point.
The stocky stems and upturned flowers of modern hybrids cannot compare with the elegance of taller Asiatic lilies or the simplicity of Lilium regale, with tall, strong stems and large white trumpets, heavenly scented especially in the evening.
Some gardeners like the stocky stems and upturned flowers of certain modern hybrids but they cannot compare with the elegance of taller Asiatic lilies or with the simplicity of Lilium regale - perhaps the best all-rounder, with tall, strong stems and large white trumpets, heavenly scented especially in the evening.
Lilium De Cotte was fourth in the Triumph Hurdle last season when trained by Guillaume Macaire but he moved across the Channel during the summer.
Henderson said: "We'd been mulling over whether Lilium de Cotte should go over fences straight away and it was about 50-50 until he schooled the other day.
(http://www.ibtimes.com/flying-cars-uber-taps-nasa-engineer-help-build-flying-cars-2487276) Uber , (http://www.ibtimes.com/google-co-founder-larry-pages-flying-car-project-ready-takeoff-2437922) Google and (http://www.ibtimes.com/flying-cars-airbus-italdesign-reveal-popup-concept-vehicle-attaches-drone-fly-over-2504088) Airbus have reportedly been working on flying cars, but the Munich startup Lilium has beat them to it.