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Lycoris (lī·kōrˑ·is),

n a genus of the poisonous plants of the family Amaryllidaceae, whose bulbs contain lycorine, a toxin. The bulbs of
Lycoris radiate are used as expectorant and emetic in Chinese medicine.
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Contract awarded for Central Park Lycoris (kkotmureut) planting construction
Later, Virgil's Gallus invites his wayward Lycoris to join him in another pastoral retreat in much the same terms: "hic gelidi fontes," he says, hic mollia prata, Lycori, / hic nemus; hic ipso tecum consumere aeuo" ("here are cool springs; here are soft meadows, Lycoris; here words; here with you only time itself would slowly waste me away").
As a postscript, one could closely consider together three of Wordsworth's poems of spring 1817: the "Ode to Lycoris," the "Vernal Ode," and "To the Same.
For more than 20 years ARS horticulturist Mark Roh has been intrigued by the origins and habitats of the exotic and beautiful Lycoris.
Plant anemones, crocus, daffodils, Dutch iris, freesias, homeria, hyacinths, ixia, leucojum, lycoris, oxalis, Peruvian scilla, ranunculus, sparaxis, tritonia, tulips, and watsonia.
Unlike some Linux distributions which cram in several different versions of the same type of program, Lycoris have included what they consider to be the best of each type, whether it be office suite, web browser, CD burner or whatever.
The Lycoris version even presents the same green hills and blue sky of the Teletubbies-like XP home screen.
com, Lycoris, MandrakeSoft, Sun Microsystems, SuSE and Ximian as Desktop Linux Summit Sponsors.
Images of scarlet Lycoris flowers in a Japanese plum orchard, just hours before being smashed by a typhoon, rub shoulders with pictures of American bison defrosting in the early morning sunshine and an Alien-esque shot of an Arrow crab sheltering in an underwater sponge.
Spontaneous fusions have been seen in many taxa, including the Aloineae (Brandham, 1983) and Lycoris (Kurita, 1987c); and fissions, in such taxa as Hypochaeris (Parker, 1987), Nigella (Strid, 1968), Tradescantia (Jones & Kenton, 1984), and Vicia (Schubert & Reiger, 1990).
Linux 2006 includes; Discovery\LX, resulting from convergence with Lycoris technology that provides an ideal product for beginners for Linux; Powerpack resulting from convergence Conectiva, a full featured desktop with everything for Office, internet, multimedia, and software development, that provides an ideal product for power users; and POwerpack+, which combines Powerpack with a comprehensive set of world class applications that are ideal for small office\home office users.