baby blue eyes


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baby blue eyes

pl.n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
Any of various annual plants of the genus Nemophila native to western North America, having showy flowers that typically are bright blue with white centers.
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Trainer, Pat Flynn, said: "She's owned by the same syndicate that has Baby Blue Eyes.
Rugby may not be every girl's cup of tea but at 6ft 3ins, with jet-black hair and baby blue eyes, the Wales and Blues talent is living proof you don't have to be a sports fan to appreciate the finer qualities of Wales' hallowed game
Ever wished you could have Emma Bunton-style baby blue eyes for the day?
Swan River Daisy, Lobelia Sapphire Trailing, Nasturtium Trailing Mixed, Verbena Dwarf Compact, Sweet Pea Cuthbertson, Nemophila Baby Blue Eyes.
nOffer A: Hanging Basket Collection - swan river daisy, lobelia sapphire trailing, nasturtium trailing mixed, verbena dwarf compact, sweet pea cuthbertson and nemophila baby blue eyes.
At 17 months their baby blue eyes have turned golden brown.
MEM's new scent is called Wild; it comes in four variations: Passion Flower (sensual), Baby Blue Eyes (romantic), Tiger Lily (mysterious) and Fire Pink (impulsive).
While the rains came too late this year for the California poppy, everything else is good, like the Chia and Baby Blue Eyes.
In mild-winter areas, sow seeds of spring-blooming natives such as baby blue eyes (Nemophila menziesii), California poppies, Chinese houses (Collinsia heterophylla), farewell-to-spring (Clarkia amoena), and owl's clover just as fall rains start.
Isaak salutes blues skies and his lover's baby blue eyes on the brassy, jazzy closer "Big Wide Wonderful World.
Pat Flynn's filly Baby Blue Eyes, which has progressed this season from winning a Gowran Park handicap off a mark of 76 in July to a current rating of 105, should record her fourth success of the season in the Cumiskey Real Estates Fillies Race, if she handles the surface.
WITH his baby blue eyes and cheeky grin, little Jake Maloney still has the picture perfect smile that saw him crowned Birmingham Mail Baby of the Year in 2006.