nenuphar


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nenuphar

(ˈnɛnjʊˌfɑː)
n
(Plants) a water lily, esp either the white lily Nymphaea alba, or the yellow lily Nuphar luteum
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Leaves of the Nenuphars and silken skirts the same pale green, On flower and laughing face alike the same rose-tints are seen; Like some blurred tapestry they blend within the lake displayed: You cannot part the leaves from silk, the lily from the maid.
The son of Dom Alco is bred to be smart as a half-brother to Festival winner Nenuphar Collonges.
Nenuphar coffee table from Ginger and Jagger rises from the bottom and floats on the surface softly giving colour and lure to the environment.
Carruthers has two grade 2 victories to his name, his first coming at Warwick in 2008 at the expense of nenuphar Collonges, who had won this race and went on to land the sponsor's grade 1 event at the festival.
Field evaluation of reduced insecticide spray programs for managing plum curculio, Conotrachelus nenuphar (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), in Alabama peaches.
Technip (Paris:TEC.pa)(ISIN:FR0000131708), in association with Nenuphar, Converteam and EDF Energies nouvelles, is launching the Vertiwind project to test a pre-industrial prototype of a vertical-axis offshore floating wind turbine.
French Country Waterways French Country Waterways is offering two-for-one fares on June 6 departures on the 12-passenger luxury barges Nenuphar and Adrienne.
He saddles Nenuphar Collognes who in his seven starts over three miles plus has only failed to make the frame once including winning four times.
Nenuphar Collonges ran a satisfactory trial for the big race at Wincanton in the Badger Ales Trophy and from 3lb out of the handicap, King is expecting a bold show.
He has not raced since finishing down the field in the Albert Bartlett, won by Nenuphar Collonges, at Cheltenham.