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lilac

1. a lilac-gray coat color of cats, most commonly seen as a variety of Siamese or Himalayan (Colorpoint).
2. breed of rabbits with a dove gray coat; originally called Cambridge blue.
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The sale of the Level 3 Boise area network assets to Syringa Networks, once concluded, will fulfill part of that commitment.
Syringa Networks specializes in custom network solutions for businesses, providing a broad range of networking services throughout Idaho, Utah, and Washington.
In an essay on Syringa, Lawrence Kramer describes what he considers the correspondence between the "polytonality" and "polyrhythms" of Carter's superimposed chords and musical textures with what he calls the "polyvocality" of Ashbery's poem and the accompanying Greek fragments that Carter has gathered) (19) I would simply rephrase this "polyvocality" between a poem of sustained romantic passion (the Greek fragments) and one that is conscious of the transience of all things, especially passion (Ashbery), to point out that the contradiction is present in both poems.
The ten-year partnership between Syringa Networks and ADVA Optical Networking has seen many successes and helped in the rapid expansion of its customer base and geographic coverage.
Other lilacs like Miss Kim (which is Syringa patula), Minuet or Donald Wyman, both prestoniae hybrids and the early-flowering hyacinthiflora types like Pocahontas and Vesper Song seem to exhibit more resistance to mildew as well as lengthening the blooming time of lilacs at both ends of the season.
Leaf surfaces contain cuticula such as Syringa oblate Linn (Var giraldii), Bambusa phyllostachys pubescens, which surface hardness is greater than that of leaves with wax coat (such as Ginkgobiloba Linn and Nelumbo nucifera aertn).
8 February 2010 A[cent sign]a'[not sign]a[euro]oe US bank holding company Syringa Bancorp (OTC:SGBP) said that Scott Gibson was promoted to the posts of president and chief executive officer of subsidiary Syringa Bank.
Since joining Syringa Bank in 2001, Scott has demonstrated not only strong financial acumen, but an impressive ability to lead.
Syringa is spending USD2,000,000 in each of the first two years of the contract and USD4,160,000 in the third year towards continued exploration and development of the Crescent Mine for a total of USD8.
The poem therefore performs a gendered inversion: it is the male bird, not the Syringa / siren, who sings the call of death.
Her collaborator on the project is director Larry Moss, who developed and helmed Pamela Gien's "The Syringa Tree.
Mule Idaho Gem, the world's first equine clone, leaps towards his surrogate mother Idaho Syringa, while being shown during a press conference on the University of Idaho campus