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bouquet

The decorative ornament at the top of a finial or other projection in a floral or foliated form; similar to the anthemion.
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bouquet

The floral or foliated ornament forming the extreme top of a finial, knob, hip, or the like.
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Yet I am attuned to Boquet and Lerner's claims of the "imbalance" of the field given our reliance upon this work.
Boquet and his colleagues estimate that, with further adjustments, a boron nitride nanotube with a one-square-meter membrane could be capable of generating up to 30 megawatt-hours of electricity per year.
I recently caught up with Boquet and asked him for some details about the now two-year-old program.
The Henry Reeve Brigade at Croix du Boquet was typical of Cuban emergency teams, though the number of staff varies according to location.
Sanahuja J, Ordonez-Palau S, Beque R, Brieva L, Boquet D.
A boquet of beautiful memories, sprayed with a million tears, wishing God could have spared you if just a few more years.
Hauser D, Popoff MR, Kiredjian M, Boquet P, Bimet F.
1990a), Boquet (1990), Egli (1994), Board and Harville (1996), Oriade et al.
LOUISIANA -- Donna Blanchard, Delbert Blunt, Glen Booty, Jed Boquet, Jolene Constance, Michael Constance, Anthony Corner, Florence Coutee, Terry Drake, Betty Hall, Clara LaFosse, Katherine Matthews, Jody McJimsey, Iyomia Montgomery, Robert Riley, Lisa Roy, Fred Schoonover, Jim Sills, Wayne Smith, James Steward, Antrinetta D.
Sun hounds can relax on the beach at Willsboro's new Noblewood Park at the mouth of the Boquet River--and you can even paddle a canoe up this pristine and beautiful waterway.
Violet Boquet, 87, shocked relatives when she left her fortune to Fr Patrick Cooke, 70, from Dublin.
But on the way to Chelsea Register Office, Richard stopped the car to pick up a gorgeous boquet of flowers that he'd already ordered from a shop in the Fulham Road.