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red poppy

see papaverrhoeas.
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No more, the Royal British Legion has issued a decree wherein the wearing of a red poppy commemorates "only members of the British and Allied forces".
Since 1921, the Legion has protected the red poppy from political or partisan misuse.
THE Duchess of Cambridge accessorised her red poppy with a matching pillar box coat.
We respect the right of Patricia Jackson, the Methodist minister from Telford, to decline to wear the red poppy if she wishes, but she is 100 per cent mistaken in suggesting the red poppy signifies war.
From Scholastic NZ comes a book, The Red Poppy David Hill/Fifi Colston, to be pored over for both its text and its illustrations (and then as a bonus there is a CD with the Little Red Poppy Song by Rob Kennedy).
Catherine Carr, 19, had the distinctive red poppy tattooed yesterday.
In the run-up to Remembrance Sunday next week, CARYS HEPWORTH considers the symbolic red poppy and the criticism facing celebrities accused of hijacking it as a fashion symbol THIS year's Poppy Appeal set up by the Royal British Legion marks the organisation's 90th anniversary by using the slogan of standing "shoulder to shoulder with all who serve.
Janet, a strict vegetarian, still firmly believes in the traditional red poppy and all it represents.
It is also launching a line of hooked floral pillows, with designs including a yellow sunflower, a red poppy, a purple dahlia, a white magnolia, a blue hydrangea and an orange gerbera daisy.
Flanders Red Ale is another great style with food, and Red Poppy is one of the best we've had.
The red poppy is a potent symbol of remembrance of sacrifice and service - it has no political meaning, nor does it signify support for war.
He said a donation usually was given to support disabled veterans, and in return you received a red poppy.