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    Description of plant: chamomile is an annual plant with a branched stem, 20-50 cm high. The leaves are doubly spliced split with narrow and thread-like leaves. Flower stalks is grooved and hollow at the top. Flower is conical shape and hollow inside. Flower heads carry peripheral white flowers that at night or in rainy weather or after fertilization, bow down, while the tubular flowers are yellow color. Smell and taste: the smell of chamomile is a distinctive, spicy, balsamic and ethereal, what is the taste too but little bitterish. Flowering time: from June to August, often even in September. Habitat: it is widespread and well known plant that is like a weed found along roads and ditches in the vicinity of settlements, and the barren lands…

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    Flora and Fauna – Crystal flowers – These crystal flowers were first stumbled upon in Warrett Forrest when a group of Crofters were searching for farming resources. They initially got the flowers with the intent to admire the beauty of it, not the intent of getting them useful abilities, until a man named Charlie Rosene noticed it’s strong, sweet scent. He was so captivated by the smell that he bit into it, and only moments later did he notice the change in atmosphere— this is the point in which…

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    Jasmine Flowers have always been a symbol of love. It defines the beauty of nature as well. Among flowers, there are certain kinds which have prominent status. Jasmine is one of them. Because of its beauty, fragrance and appearance it always inspired poets and writers to use this particular flower as a metaphor for the expression of their love. The word jasmine has been used differently in different ages. But its eternal meaning didn’t change with different cultures. In literary term,…

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    Introduction Flowers and pollinators have co-evolved over thousands of years creating the physical characteristics that you see within flowers and pollinators throughout the world. Flower type, shape, color, odor, nectar and even structure in some way are related to pollinators and the need to attract pollinators for reproduction. A major gap of understanding floral evolution starts with the role of the pollinators (Parachnowitsch & Kessler, 2010). Characteristics of flowers can be used for the…

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    The Flowers The day we fret about the future is the day we leave our childhood behind. The loss of a young girls’ innocence by being shown the evils of the outside world is portrayed in the story “The Flowers” by Alice Walker. In the last sentence of the short story Walker writes “And the summer was over” which is stating how the awareness of the things outside Myop’s universe have ended her summer, her innocence. Alice Walker illustrates in “The Flowers” how easily “the snakes” can be…

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    Flowers beautify the world and bring joy to those in it. Some people become inspired by flowers and write, sing, and talk about them. All of the literature that comes from flowers evokes many different emotions and touches on many different topics. Sometimes the writings can stem from sadness, enjoyment, forgiveness, or jealousy. Many of the greats of literature have written about flowers and used them to explore topics and themes that others may not touch upon. The poems “Asphodel, That Greeny…

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    Universally accepted as symbols of beauty, flowers are often used to symbolize love. Although beautiful, they are of a delicate nature that can only survive temporarily in this world. Often people observe their magnificence in the seclusion of gardens, where they are rarely left to grow freely. Contained within flowers are manifold functional uses, but their purpose is confined to being observed for their beauty, much like what was expected of women. In Chronicle of a Death Foretold, a man…

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    4.2 The reasons behind the action of sending flowers to girls 4.2.1 The tradition a. Expression Flowers are a tool to express love. And it is a worldwide phenomenon. Marsh and Greenaway (1978) pointed out that in the nineteenth century, approximately 150 floriography dictionaries were published in England, and more than 700 specific meanings were given to different kinds of flowers. Nowadays, flowers still have their own meaning which can be divided into types, colors or numbers. For types of…

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    1. Executive summary: (M) The Fiore Shop website provides different range of fresh flowers, which comes from different countries that export rare kind of flowers. Our shop is having a website that include different flowers details. For each business or website business, there is team who work hard to reach the success, there is a manager to manage products and policies. In addition, operations team which are for receiving, picking and shipping products, technical team that is for managing…

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    Flowers for Charly “It is this story, involving a personal crisis, which makes Charly a warm and rewarding film,” as said by movie critic Roger Ebert regarding Charly, the film based off of Flowers for Algernon. Flowers for Algernon is a story that explores the growth of relationships, change in mental state, and discovering one’s self and happiness. Charly, the story’s main character, is a man with a mental disability who, throughout the plot, undergoes an operation with the intentions of…

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