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cloche

a bell-shaped cover used to protect young plants
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| Help your soil heat up in the veg patch by using cloches. These can be as simple as a plastic bottle cut in half.
If you are using cloches, pinch them out at two to keep the tomato from touching the top.
Young plants covered with cloches will grow much faster in early spring.
Singer, Chief Executive Office of DIFC Authority, commented, "We are delighted to welcome La Cloche Wealth Management to DIFC, the natural gateway between the region and the world's capital markets, to launch their regional operations.
En plus de sonner les services religieux et les trois Angelus, la cloche de l'eglise sert aussi a des fins communautaires.
Plus incongru est l'emploi nouveau du mot Cloche pour designer le pavillon du cor.
The La Cloche Mountains are best known for their appearance in work by members of the Group of Seven, in particular Franklin Carmichael, who frequented the area to capture on canvas its windswept pines, clear lakes and sweeping vistas.
SHOWN: I Gunmetal cloche straw with tone-on-tone satin bow ($255), Juno & Jove, 100 Central Ave., (941) 953-0000.
Jerome Cloche, an entertainer and knowledgeable absinthe aficionado, will give a presentation and offer visitors a taste of "The Green Fairy" at this month's Third Thursdays at WAM.