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jonquil:

see amaryllisamaryllis
, common name for some members of the Amaryllidaceae, a family of mostly perennial plants with narrow, flat leaves and with lilylike flowers borne on separate, leafless stalks.
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jonquil

1. a Eurasian amaryllidaceous plant, Narcissus jonquilla with long fragrant yellow or white short-tubed flowers
2. any of various other small daffodil-like plants
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Thom & Jonquil, with their many pet travel experiences, comfort the them, ease their fears, answer any questions and reassure them about their safety during the journey.
Jonquil Brooks, 19, was taken into custody after a series of intense phone negotiations with police, the report said, citing his parents and attorney.
Wholesaler Casey Jonquil said he couldn't believe that the agency would halt permitting without contacting people in the wild-mushroom business.
Catharine, a bright yellow and green sign with nine jonquils representing the founders of the congregation welcomes visitors to "Jonquil Ridge," seven acres of former pastureland now set aside to model simple and sustainable living.
Money expert Jonquil Lowe points out that if people understood their finances better there would be fewer scandals like the one we're seeing with mortgage endowments.
Lange will star as jonquil junkie Amanda Wingfield, alongside Ethan Hawke as her son Tom and Robert Sean Leonard as gentleman caller Jim O'Connor.
Here, Jonquil Lowe, co-author of the Lloyds TSB Tax Guide, outlines what it means to send your form in late, and offers Mirror Money readers some lastminute tips.
Last year, though I frequently saw signs and signals of spring's approach--an impatient jonquil seeking light too soon, a crazy crocus pushing up through snow, a day or two that held more sun than shadow--these were mainly make-believe, garden promises denied almost as soon as they were made.
The line includes Pink (vanilla, tuberose, camomin and sage); Green (caraway, lemongrass and bergamot); Blue (ginger, lemongrass, lime, verbena and narcissus); Purple (caraway, narcissus, hyacinth and tuberose); Red (marigold, thyme and hyacinth); Orange (mandarin, moss, nutmeg and verbena) and Yellow (oak moss, thyme, rose and jonquil).
Here he has teamed up with Jonquil LeMaster (referred to in the press release as the "world's foremost artificial tree builder") to create variously shaped and truncated cast-resin logs and limbs in unerring trompe l'oeil detail.
I would particularly commend to your reading "A Jonquil for Mary Penn" and the title story, "Fidelity," although all five stories are wonderful reading.