white violet


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Noun1.white violet - short-stemmed violet of eastern North America having fragrant purple-veined white flowerswhite violet - short-stemmed violet of eastern North America having fragrant purple-veined white flowers
violet - any of numerous low-growing violas with small flowers
2.white violet - tall North American perennial with heart-shaped leaves and white flowers with purple streakswhite violet - tall North American perennial with heart-shaped leaves and white flowers with purple streaks
violet - any of numerous low-growing violas with small flowers
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In April follow the double white violet; the wallflower; the stock-gilliflower; the cowslip; flowerdelices, and lilies of all natures; rosemary-flowers; the tulippa; the double peony; the pale daffodil; the French honeysuckle; the cherry-tree in blossom; the damson and plum-trees in blossom; the white thorn in leaf; the lilac-tree.
Do you know, I found a cluster of white violets under that old twisted tree over there today?
Through the crowd there came a little form, a wreath of pure white violets lay among the bright locks that fell so softly round the gentle face, where a deep blush glowed, as, kneeling at the throne, little Violet said:--
At Bonya's White Violet deposit, follow-up laboratory assay result results include 27 metres at 0.3% tungsten trioxide from 35 metres, including 16 metres at 0.3% copper from 43 metres and 7 metres at 0.2% tungsten trioxide from 67 metres at hole 19RC020.
The plan is to conduct reverse circulation drilling to the tune of approximately 2,500 metres on four targets: Samarkand, Jericho, White Violet, and Tashkent.
4/10/11 in the lane lies the Passion lies the passionflower lies the grove windflower lies the lady's-smock is near death in the lane is withered the passionflower is withered the liverwort is withered the little white violet is near death is destined for death I walk into and out of the meadows did I pick you up out of the dust ++++++++++ in a trice the cello address this child of rosy dawns like my pleas bills and coos rosy-red my goldfinch Passion paschal pinx.
Notes of: green tea, Moroccan mimosa, white violet and heliotrope 'A gorgeous bottle and a scent that's even more heavenly.
Horan, who interned with the sisters at the White Violet Center for Eco-Justice as well as with AmeriCorps VISTA, sees her time as a volunteer as critical to her journey to religious life.
In 1465, he listed the plant as Leucis i viola alba, or the white violet. At first, Gerard said snowdrops had no medicinal value, but later they were listed as an emmenogogue used to regulate menstruation and more (Larkin 2009; "Snowdrops" 2011).
For example, the Sisters of Providence at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, have had the White Violet Center for EcoJustice in progress for several years.
There's tremendous variation among the community, with many varieties garnering oxymoronic names, such as round-leaved yellow violet and sweet white violet. While a majority live up to their names in appearance, more than a few are anything but violet, being completely white, pink and even the brightest shade of yellow, with numerous combinations and levels of mixing.
Her first perfume in two years (from her Haus Laboratories outfit) is created to appeal to both masculine and feminine sensibilities, with white violet, sparkling lime and leather.