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dais
A raised platform reserved for the seating of speakers or dignitaries. (See illustration p. 296.)
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The decision came amid a wide spectrum of anger from heritage preservation activists who insist that moving the tens of thousands of years old daises affects them and reduces their historical importance.
"When the daises are all grown up, they and the lovely sweet smell of the buttercup, have to take note of the dandelion king.
Do tell him to give thanks for where he lives in a beautiful part of the British Isles and take time off to smell the daises. He just might have a smile on his face if you publish this and he reads it.