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(Plants) the generic name for thrift2
[New Latin, from flos armeriae, a species of dianthus]
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Noun1.armeria - shrubby or herbaceous low-growing evergreen perennialsArmeria - shrubby or herbaceous low-growing evergreen perennials
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Plumbaginaceae, leadwort family, Plumbaginaceae, sea-lavender family - perennial herbs and shrubs and lianas; cosmopolitan especially in saltwater areas
thrift - any of numerous sun-loving low-growing evergreens of the genus Armeria having round heads of pink or white flowers
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In the municipalities of Tecoman and Armeria in neighboring Colima state, the loss of the papaya crop was reported at 50%, which is of extreme concern because the region accounts for 70% of the state's output of the tropical fruit, said Nazario Rodriguez, president of the Sistema Producto Papaya de Colima.
Thrift, or Armeria maritima, is another seaside classic that you'll recognise immediately.
Abierto el sepulcro en su honor, se le ofrecio a Carlos V la (supuesta) espada del heroe nacional, la legendaria Durandarte (hoy conservada en la Real Armeria, Armario C, 1698).
Contract award: county road plan 2011-2015 - doi operation 001 - rd 120 rd 120 deviation from the territory of the municipality of auby - phase 2: connecting road to the industrial park near loribes: moving and ecological monitoring of thrift stations haller, armeria maritima subsp halleri under the deviation of the rd 120 on the territory of the municipality of auby
A possible copper--proline complex from the roots of Armeria maritime Tnorg chin-Acta.
This week's online offer is for a collection of six armeria for just pounds 3.
An 8-year-old molested in Armeria (22 August, 1999).
X vulgare (Hartman) Greuter & Burdet Dianthus armeria L.
Armeria maritima native to coastal areas around the world.
In the early 1950s, with the help of technicians from Beretta, the Dominican government established the Armeria San Cristobal to provide their armed forces with weapons.
armeria could be used to develop novel antibacterial agents that would control spoilage and foodborne pathogens.