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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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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (KPH), located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, will host a "Cherry Blossom Spring Fair" from March 1 (Thursday) to April 30 (Monday), 2018 at eight of its restaurants, including French and Italian Cuisine, Chinese Dinning, Japanese Kaiseki Cuisine, and Korean Dinning, the company said.
The forest of cherry blossoms in the vicinity, especially on Lane 42 of Pingjing Street, is a great place to watch the sakura flowers while recovering from the long ride.
The cherry blossom remembered that Issa had never in his life picked a blossom, for which reason he was a fool.
Some people remember what banana blossoms are from their childhood days,' says Hwang, an entrepreneur and food enthusiast.
A shocked Betty called her older sister, Polly (Tiera Skovbye), and urged her to leave the Blossom household immediately.
Because of this variety in breeds and locations, visitors to Kyoto during the cherry blossom season need not worry about missing the opportunity to experience the cherry blossoms due to year to year seasonal differences.
The blossom is transported to the distilleries immediately after picking, and distilling is carried out round the clock.
There is an old story attached to Cherry Blossoms that values sacrifice.
The old saying refers to the May blossom, not the month of May, which is the blossom of the hawthorn bush.
Blossoms by Bike will depart daily from the National Mall location at L'Enfant Plaza from 12:00 - 2:00 pm and 3:00 - 5:00 pm, with an additional weekend tour from 9:30 - 11:30 am.
He described the sight as the 'most astonishing one' saying the 'apricot blossoms resemble the cherry blossoms found in Japan'.
Families and friends go in parties to view the massed blossoms, making a day of it with special picnics.