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see pinkpink,
common name for some members of the Caryophyllaceae, a family of small herbs found chiefly in north temperate zones (especially the Mediterranean area) but with several genera indigenous to south temperate zones and high altitudes of tropical mountains.
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; stockstock,
in botany, common name for any species of the genus Matthiola, for Malcomia maritima (Virginia stock), and for the wallflower, all belonging to the family Cruciferae (or Brassicaceae; mustard family), and for a carnation of the family Caryophyllaceae (pink
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; wallflowerwallflower,
Mediterranean perennial (Cheiranthus cheiri) of the family Cruciferae (or Brassicaceae; mustard family), particularly popular in Europe, where it flourishes on old walls.
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The pathetic gilliflower in the poignant depiction of the sick youth by "the royal Boz" resurfaces in "Hector in the Garden" not as an emblem of the invalid poet EBB similarly confined to her London sickroom, but as a royal schnoz--the floral nose of "Hector, son of Priam" (1.
Nutshell (Mick Easterby/Tommy Walsh, 7lb) and Gilliflower (Ernie Weymes/Steve Perks) come to grief in the 10-furlong handicap.
Crow Egg (Black Gilliflower, Sheepnose) Popular in the mountains of North Carolina.
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The huge selection, including many fruits from the national apple centre at Brogdale, Kent, will range from mouth-watering modern varieties to delicious rare apples from the past such as Gilliflower of Gloucester, King's Acre Pippin and Twenty Ounce.