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lotusland

(ˈləʊtəsˌlænd)
n
the land of the lotus-eatersan idyllic place of contentment and ease
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Noun1.lotusland - an idyllic realm of contentment and self-indulgence
kingdom, realm, land - a domain in which something is dominant; "the untroubled kingdom of reason"; "a land of make-believe"; "the rise of the realm of cotton in the south"
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In addition to her current role on Dream Foundation's Board of Directors, Stegall is an advisory board member of the Breast Cancer Resource Center of Santa Barbara and has been actively involved in many organizations including the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation, Ganna Walska Lotusland, and Crane Country Day School.
Range expansion by the EFS has come at the expense of populations of native western gray squirrels at locations such as Ganna Walska Lotusland in Montecito and Rocky Nook Park in Santa Barbara (AEM personal observations).
(1) Angus Reid Institute, Lotusland Blues: One-in-Five Metro Vancouverites Experience Extreme Housing & Traffic Pain; Most of Them Think of Leaving, June 18, 2015, retrieved from http://angusreid.org/ vancouver-real-estate/.
Taking her cues from as far away as Spain's Alhambra and as nearby as Montecito's Lotusland, Kameon crafted a series of hidden gathering spaces, connected by walkways, enclosed with plants.
Silicon Valley can be a lotusland for tech pros looking to live the American dream.
Blake, "Value Conflicts in Lotusland: British Columbia Political Culture," and Norman Ruff, "The British Columbia Legislature and Parliamentary Framework," in R.K.
If Morgan Stanley gets it right, this means a 0.5 times tangible book value book franchise becomes a (dare I dream about Xanadu and Lotusland?) a bank that could well trade at tangible book value.
Materials for original SEM data reported here came from various sources, notably including the National Tropical Botanical Garden, the Fairchild Tropical Garden, and the Lotusland Foundation.
Before students arrive, universities ply them with luscious ads, guaranteeing them a cross between summer camp and lotusland. When they get to campus, flattery, entertainment, and preprofessional training are theirs, if that's what they want.
The legendary author is known for her way around the stretch limos, beds, bathrooms and bordellos of the Who's Who sex addicts in Lotusland and Manhattan, the channel said.
LATINOS IN LOTUSLAND: AN ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Her work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including BorderSenses, Sage Trail, The Valley Voice, Maple Leaf Rag III: An Anthology of Poems, and Latinos in Lotusland: An Anthology of Southern California Literature.