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Chinese lantern

an Asian solanaceous plant, Physalis franchetii, cultivated for its attractive orange-red inflated calyx
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Town players Sean Scannell and Chris Lowe joined staff and pupils at Dalton Primary School, who made Chinese lanterns to mark the Chinese year of the Dog
We will have a Happy Jurassic Chinese Lantern Show at the Naseem Gardens this year.
However, in recent years, local lanterns took a hard beating from the Chinese lanterns which flooded the Egyptian market.
At Newbiggin Hall the crowd gathered around the football pitch's centre circle, before releasing helium balloons and Chinese lanterns into the sky, as an applause rang out.
A spokesman said: "This event has been publicised on social media and there has been a suggestion that Chinese lanterns will be launched during it.
Liverpool's Chinatown will be decorated with a thousand Chinese lanterns this weekend to mark the Year of the Monkey Picture: ANDY LAMBERT
The Chinese lanterns are one of the most prominent problems that pushed the workshops to suspend their activity and direct it to other industries, like prayer beads, or selling aluminium.
The following wreaths and Chinese Lantern arrangements are being recalled: Wreaths with style number 585738 and Chinese Lanterns with style number 585755 sold at T.
A campaign to raise public awareness against the use, sale and purchase of sky lanterns, popularly known as Chinese lanterns, has been organised by the Environment Protection Section of Fujairah Municipality.
The fire echoed that of the region's biggest ever blaze at the Jayplas recycling plant in Smethwick last month, which caused PS6 million of damage and led to calls for Chinese lanterns, often used at parties and weddings, to be banned.
CHINESE lanterns could be banned from council-owned sites after one sparked a huge fire at a Smethwick recycling plant.
I have been predicting such catastrophes involving Chinese lanterns for years.

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