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bloomer

[′blü·mər]
(metallurgy)
A furnace used to shape wrought iron directly from ore.
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So they get a competitive advantage." | To catch up with the late bloomers in your area visit www.plantlife.org.uk "In both cases, it's all about opportunities for pollination and setting seed.
The original bloomers resembled loose Turkish-style trousers gathered at the ankles and worn underneath a loose top and skirt.
LONDON: A pair of silk bloomers that belonged to Britain's Queen Victoria has sold at auction for 9,375 pounds ($14,950) -- three times the underwear's pre-sale estimate.
In addition, the May 2 Decatur Daily Herald reported that the owners "dug liberally for the necessary expenses of training." While the Commodores were able to begin practice earlier than the Bloomers, the weather was an impediment during the first two weeks of April for both teams, and hosting exhibition games was difficult.
Sally and Ray Blackwell, who run Bloomers, supplied many a ment to the guests of Nick d Andrea's wedding, and ey have certainly noticed the pularity of their wares boom nce Peaky Blinders first hit ur screens.
The bloomers came from a vendor whose great-aunt was a friend of a lady's maid.
Considering that author Louise Miller (The City Baker's Guide to Country Living) is a Boston-based pastry chef, it should come as no surprise that her second novel, The Late Bloomers' Club, includes a recipe for Burnt Sugar Cake with Maple Icing.
With Bloomers' growing audience of nearly 12 million viewers and 20,000 subscribers, a third season of 12, 22-minute episodes is hopefully inevitable.
More widely known of the late bloomers is Honeysuckle; moths can detect the plant's sweet-smelling night-flowering scent from a quarter of a mile away.
1848: At a convention in Seneca Falls, New York state, female rights campaigner Amelia Bloomer introduced "bloomers", which she described as "the lower part of a rational dress".
Dianne and Laura Mannering's Big Bloomers firm's standard "briefs" go up to a massive XXXXXXXXL - or size 50.