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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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Fry the banana blossoms in two batches to avoid overcrowding the pan.
Cherry blossoms in fair bloom lined the wide paths.
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.
Neiwan Line, Hsinchu: Cherry blossoms can be seen along this route, including Hexing, Neiwan, and Hengshan stations
Extreme weather can affect the trees too, with unusual patterns in 2018 prompting some blossoms to appear in October, well before the usual season.
Pink and white blossoms seem to decorate everything from beer cans to sakura-flavoured chips and flower-themed candy.
Every spring, people across the country have picnics and parties to celebrate the blooming of the blossoms.
The Conrad Seoul is offering an exclusive range of unique cherry blossom dishes that will captivate people's sight and taste this spring.
March and April are the busiest months for guests visiting Japan, and coincide with the very short period when the cherry blossoms are in bloom.
"Riverdale" Season 1 recently revealed that Clifford Blossom (Barclay Hope) was the one who murdered his own son, Jason Blossom (Trevor Stines).
Blossoms' self titled debut record spent two weeks at number one when it was released in August - the first time a debut album has spent more than one week in the top spot from launch since 2014.