perennial spring

perennial spring

[pə′ren·ē·əl ′spriŋ]
(hydrology)
A spring that flows continuously, as opposed to an intermittent spring or a periodic spring.
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Try the four new Sunshine editions of Marc Jacobs perennial spring fave, Daisy, with splashes of marigold, strawberry, raspberry and pear added to the sunny yellow bottles.
Prepare for a pink explosion on the high street too as the perennial spring summer favourite is already popping up in some of our favourite stores.
Earn your stripes Stripes are a perennial spring favourite, but for spring/summer 2017, think of them in every variation, including super-sized and in a rainbow of colours.
Up for grabs are the perennial spring bedding displays which are currently being removed from the city centre's tubs and borders ready for summer flowers.
Kiahuria is a dry area which depends on perennial spring for water, which often gets chemically polluted by nearby coffee plantations.
Fishhole 1 is also the location of the farthest downstream perennial spring in the drainage (Craig and McCart, 1974; Childers et al., 1977) and was therefore the first location where all fish migrating upstream to spawn and overwinter would potentially be available for capture.
He was also confident that the perennial spring would never be contaminated, and he added that in his family the young, grownups and even very old people all drank Zamzam since their birth and their health was ideal.
Fed by a perennial spring, this well-watered area became known as Cow Hollow, a true dairy area, as ranches developed on the slopes between Washerwoman's Lagoon and what was to become Pacific Heights.
It contains some of the more familiar perennial spring edibles such as wild garlic and the lesser known exotic species like day lilies (hemerocallis) and golden bamboo.
They were thrown into the lake, which is fed by a perennial spring, as votive offers during ritual festivities.
In 1816, the year of Peter's execution, a Philadelphia printer issued "A Calm Dissuasive against Intemperance," a statement of the Fairfield West Consociation of Congregational Churches in Connecticut that expressed alarm at 'how very often strong drink drowns conjugal, parental, filial, and fraternal affection." Indeed, in the same issue of the Middlesex Gazette that contained Judge Swift's charge to Lung's jury, a piece entitled "The Cogitations of Uncle John" warned against an "evil, a master vice, the prolific mother of a thousand woes, the perennial spring of boundless misery, prevailing in the land ...
In May the company added its second production, "The Wizard of Oz." With comedian Roseanne as the Wicked Witch, the musical was a hit despite less than rave reviews, and will return as a perennial spring show to compete with Radio City's Easter production.