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flowerpot

a pot in which plants are grown
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The turning point came in 2002 when he was hired by a Zambian businessman to work in his flower pot making workshop in Mahalapye.
Things took a turn for the worse when Spain slapped and bit Utley, and then threw a flower pot at his head, local news outlet(http://www.pjstar.com/news/20170903/delavan-woman-indicted-in-flower-pot-attack) Journal News reported. 
While the "man who worked in the garden" was away having his dinner the two Flower Pot Men, Bill and Ben, emerged from the two flowerpots.
Host Fiona Bruce explains that the jardiniere, which she says is "essentially a posh flower pot", had been in Terry's family since 1946.
The green bench that used to sit on the Leidsdegracht resembles hundreds of others, and its absence went unnoticed for at least a month -- probably because someone placed a large flower pot on the spot.
new, plastic, washed flower pot, about a 4-quart size;
It could be a flat piece of wood or a flower pot or glass ones that Tina says are pretty for candles or for window ornaments.
The Flower Pot Men (below) was the theme for a healthy eating day at Ysgol Mair in Rhyl attended by MP Chris Ruane, pictured with pupil Janet Stokes SCHOOLCHILDREN were given a taste of life at the bottom of the garden with a Bill and Ben themed meal.
If a ball fell into a flower pot directly without touching the ground, the batsman was considered out.
For example, use a watering can as a flower pot. Use a part of a fence as a room divider.
It consists of a decorated, reusable plastic flower pot, along with holders and stems for six decorated cupcakes that the retailer provides.
Claim to fame: Wilson is the brainchild behind the bright yellow, 1970 Volkswagen bug convertible "flower pot" that greets passers-by in front of the Springfield German Import Service repair shop on Olympic Street in Springfield.