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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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Rector Oleg Polukhin noted the importance of creating a breeding center with a laboratory of PCR analysis, which makes it possible to mark varieties of lilac and other ornamental plants.
Lilacs prefer full sun and deep, well-drained soil that is not too acidic.
As of Saturday morning, the Lilac Fire has burned 4,100 acres and destroyed at least 105 structures along Highway 76, which stretches out west through Bonsall and Fallbrook communities, (http://www.
Under the program, LiLAC Class A ordinary shares, LiLAC Class C ordinary shares, or any combination of LiLAC Class A and LiLAC Class C ordinary shares may be acquired from time to time.
No decision has been made as to whether the LiLAC businesses would be spun-off; however, outstanding inter-group interests are generally distributed to shareholders in spin transactions.
The singer's mish-mash look of oversized lilac coat and flower power boots makes for an altogether pur-poor get-up.
Lilacs are a plant with the proven track record for surviving, actually thriving, in bitter cold.
Buying a cut lilac you will get a longer vase life out of them but they are temperamental.
Jenny Hughes (text) The Lilac Ladies Little Hare, 2013 unpaged $24.