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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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We expect that the dividend and estimated fees and expenses will be funded from CWC liquidity including incremental debt borrowings and LiLAC Group liquidity.
The singer's mish-mash look of oversized lilac coat and flower power boots makes for an altogether pur-poor get-up.
Combined, DBT and EMDR offer a dynamic support system that can reduce suffering and give people powerful skills now to heal from the past," says co-author Anna Saviano, MA, LPC, and Lilac Center therapist.
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.
The four Lilac ladies, each with their distinct handbags, clothing, hairstyles and eyewear, have been friends for a long time.
There were great expectations for the dual French Classicwinning Golden Lilac but the 10-11 favourite produced the worst run of her career when beaten into ninth by the Alain de Royer-Dupre-trained Giofra.
Five-year-old Lilac Pugh's big moment will arrive outside the Council House tomorrow as pupils from four city schools greet the monarch and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Two common types are Michel Buchner, with rosy lilac double flowers, and Mme Lemoine, with pure white double flowers.