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antirrhinum

any scrophulariaceous plant of the genus Antirrhinum, esp the snapdragon, which have two-lipped flowers of various colours
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The Snap Dragon will support CR2032 batteries, with both through hole and SMT versions available.
Pansy, primrose, chrysanthemum, stock, calendula and snap dragon are the staples of the fall and winter flower garden.
The next day the girls registered for the Snap Dragon Club and trotted off to dress up as pirates, have their faces painted and make new friends while I read, snoozed and sipped beer.
But whether you call it a snap dragon, bender, hook, yaker or roller, the curve thrown by Camarillo High's Mike Corral is finding respect as the most ferocious curveball in the Marmonte League.
Guests arrived with a beautiful wedding cake, gifts and white mums and snap dragons used to decorate the table.
The students were also busy further planting sunflowers, honeysuckle, snap dragons, poppies, lavender, and polyanthus.
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He loved showing me bow snap dragons "snap" and how to plant bulbs and potatoes.
The decor of Luckett Lodge chapel included a large floral arrangement in the center holding yellow lilies, white hydrangeas, confetti roses, lime green hypericum berries, coral Gerber daisies, pink snap dragons, and curly willow branches.