Sea flower

Sea´ flow´er

1.(Zool.) A sea anemone, or any related anthozoan.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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They saw white sails or tufts of smoke pass across the horizon, and if you had said that these were waterspouts, or the petals of white sea flowers, they would have agreed.
Other winning exhibitors are Miko Coffee (small scale), Ministry of Agriculture (agriculture), Sea Flower (fisheries and marine resources), Namibia Tourism Board (tourism and hospitality), Nampost (banking institution) and Road Authority (transport).
'The RHS panel of plant experts judge these and a single new introduction is chosen as the RHS Chelsea sea Flower Show Plant of the Year, taking into account innovation, excellence, impact and appeal.
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Kathleen Heidenreich, a science teacher at Chinook Middle School in Lacey, Washington, suggests: After reading about the animal adaptations in "Stunning Sea Flower, or Deadly Animal?" on page 14, create a fictional planet with various elements that life would need to adapt to.
Partnered by Silvester de Sousa, the two-year-old did not help her cause by hanging to her right, but she had enough firepower to narrowly see off Sea Flower and Mother Jones.
At Ripon, Sea Flower can finally reward her supporters with a victory in the Play Croquet At Ripon Spa Hotel Maiden Auction Fillies' Stakes.
From cosmic concepts such as string theory to painful yet disturbingly common incidents such as divorce to the mysterious beauty of a sea flower, each topic speaks to a different element of the mystery of life.
He said: "I feel I am carry ing on the great history of Liverpool plant collection." The enthusiast, who had previously taken gold at Chel sea Flower Show, found his passion for plants through his years at the historic walled garden in Croxteth.
Before you read "Stunning Sea Flower, or Deadly Animal?" (p.