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Flower dans une phrase (en anglais)

1. I was a flower girl.
2. A flower of the soul.
3. The Flower is not happy.
4. Give the flower to Acron.
5. Could you raise a flower.
6. It was a Belladore flower.
7. The flower that blooms in.

8. For example, pick a flower.
9. No More, The Flower Withers.
10. That flower bed looks a mess.
11. The flower that never dies.
12. The Seed, that is the Flower.
13. It is the flower of the yucca.
14. Flower was about saving a life.
15. Smelled like a flower, too.
16. Françoise as a dancing flower.
17. The flower symbolizes our need.
18. From right here in Flower Hill.
19. He put the flower in his mouth.
20. The Flower Music of Parsifal.
21. With The Flower From The Branch.
22. One block over was a flower shop.
23. Consider the miracle of a flower.
24. Flower of the Bath, pray for us.
25. My lotus flower pulsed even more.
26. I press the flower of the young.
27. Red and white currants in flower.
28. The flower was the fruit of his.
29. And the Flower, of which we love.
30. The Flower never tells its virtue.
31. Dandelions are my favorite flower.
32. Mar’ (Flower of the Sea) which.
33. Into the eye is a flower or grass.
34. Flower pots decorated the window.
35. Your mom gave the flower to me.
36. Or rather, the empty flower pails.
37. Bugger the fish, said Flower.
38. Stick a small flower in the ribbon.
39. She truly had the face of a flower.
40. The mother placed the last flower.
41. Do you know what flower is it?
42. Rosemary roots and crowfoot flower.
43. Jane, will you have a flower?
44. Of what in them is flower and fruit.
45. No one talks to The Flower this.
46. And the other flower clusters, now.
47. You still have skills with flower.
48. The flower started to vibrate wildly.
49. Flower was here but would not wake up.
50. I glanced at the photo of the flower.
51. Four of its six flower boxes hang on.
52. Keep your flower patch free of weeds.
53. Where did he work? asked Flower.
54. This was no place for a wall flower!.
55. Flower and Candy looked at each other.
56. For another humorous Stallman flower.
57. Flower Descend With Touching Thoughts.
58. Without flower — no colours; with-.
59. It was the flower blossom from earlier.
60. He was dilapidated but still in flower.
61. So be it, but I will have the flower.
62. And who are you? The Flower asked.
63. Was the window open? asked Flower.
64. It's probably going to be a flower bed.
65. Another species of epilobium, in flower.
66. On her flower frowning miss Douce said:.
67. Of course I will, James Flower said.
68. By around ten o’clock, the flower was.
69. She was admitted to be the flower of Mrs.
70. But his pride was in his choice of flower.
71. I hid the recorder behind the flower pot.
72. They say that the love of the flower for.
73. The roof and the flower bed must have.
74. There you are, said Flower, pointing.
75. This park is where I sold my first flower.
76. Could be a spy, said Flower, quietly.
77. She was the flower that I would never miss.
78. O, no, she's not here: the flower: no, no.
79. Whose action is no stronger than a flower?
80. You can't be a wal flower, Ryan replied.
81. He runs a string of flower shops all over.
82. THE REFRESHING FLOWER AND THE WORD OF TRUTH.
83. It was the blond woman in the flower strands.
84. She took the flower from the wizard’s hand.
85. Her eyes focused on the flower in her hands.
86. One flower had remained tangled in her hair.
87. A bee settling on a flower has stung a child.
88. They called her Sebastian’s Passion Flower.
89. Hast thou the flower there? Welcome, wanderer.
90. In the fourth corner was a small pink flower.
91. Nice touch with the flower there, Dilimon.
92. Fate chose you to find this precious flower.
93. The flower plants are the heart of the garden.
94. He called her his star and his little flower.
95. The flower, she said, is the amaranth.
96. The cub held a blue flower petal in his mouth.
97. Six petals form the flower for the ceremony.
98. So that I think all Heaven in flower to fold me.
99. And from God’s own hand the flower was given.
100. His second left hand holds a white lotus flower.
1. Flowering houseplants with short seasons.
2. Taking offence with the flowering cacti I.
3. Summer breezes swept through flowering trees.
4. Century is a plant flowering from June to October.
5. Awakening is a kind of flowering of consciousness.
6. The relationship with the other flowering in their.
7. There was the large pike by the flowering current.
8. She reached out and took hold of the flowering plant.
9. No-mind is flowering and natural culmination of mind.
10. The tree is perennial, but the flowering and the fruit-.
11. This encourages your flowering plant to grow more flowers.
12. Just keep your flowering thoughts in your own walled garden.
13. There are trees, bushes, and masses of tall flowering plants.
14. God has created both flowering and non-flowering plants too, yet.
15. Yards fronted the path with either flowering hedges or storage sheds.
16. I thought of the youth with the teddy-bear under the flowering chestnuts.
17. Collective flowering species occasional strength and contrary shapes or.
18. It is said that we are the only forest left that has this flowering plant.
19. Vast flowering motions, huge whistlings and whirlings, snowstorms falling.
20. In around the room, raised beds overflowed with flowering plants and herbs.
21. A couple of gardeners were tending the flowering shrubs and cleaning the pond.
22. Or it may have been that a slow capacious brain has these moments of flowering.
23. Water lilies and other flowering aquatic plants formed coves along the river's.
24. I didn’t quite understand why any plant would be flowering in the local winter.
25. His death bite takes away most of the golfer’s neck in a flowering burst of blood.
26. The early sixties was the time of Londons flowering in music, theatre, and fashions.
27. And a small flowering plant in the mustard family, the Arabidopsis, has 27,000 genes.
28. Everest, turning to a green bloom, flowering your wings just before you strike bottom!.
29. The flowering of the arts would spread from Italy through the rest of Europe along with.
30. Valerian is a hardy perennial flowering plant, with heads of sweetly scented pink or white.
31. Only in that transcendence is the total flowering of consciousness and the ecstasy of being.
32. It’s dama-dama, Abanir said, facing Sophia again, to tell her of the flowering shrub.
33. Nowhere was the flowering of the civilization in that age more apparent than in its machinery.
34. In this light, you receive the enjoyment of even more beautiful blooms on your flowering plants.
35. Maria parked him and walked on to a clump of flowering daylilies that were Chantry’s favorite.
36. Now he came out of a nearby clump of mugwort and flowering thistle and joined Hazel under the thorn.
37. Convolvulus is a genus of about 250 species of flowering plants belongs to the family Convulvulaceae.
38. It reminded me of a flowering vine we had growing over the back porch that Dad used to snigger over.
39. From the front door to the corner and round and out of sight, was a chaos of wildly flowering weeds.
40. Today when a spirit of love for monasticism is flowering even in our cities, the joy of the Church is.
41. Flowering vines twirled their ways up the rough stone sides of the chapel, gracing it with their blossoms.
42. Lavender (his favourite), particularly lovely ferns and perennial flowering plants covered the entire area.
43. He paused behind the other man, examining the blossoms on a flowering shrub, and cleared his throat quietly.
44. Farther east stretched cultivated fields, flowering fruit-orchards, a rumpling of gentle tree-crowned hills.
45. It was a nest of octopi, clustering up great arms of fleshlike weed, wavering, flowering in this brief spring.
46. If you choose planting a small flowering hedge, it is recommended you choose bushes that do not grow too large.
47. At last, when it was clear that the rain was going to sour smell of flowering privet from cottage hedges below.
48. The day was fine, and all around him was the yellow hawthorn flowering that consumed the railway edges and paths.
49. The rain had stopped, but inch-deep water bearing the sodden white petals of flowering trees parted around his shoes.
50. When the shadows of beautiful flowering trees fell over her face, Sophia rolled the window down to feel the cool breeze.
51. We returned again to the flowering desert, and about halfway through it, he bid me farewell and turned toward the north.
52. Incongruously, bright pots of colorful geraniums lined the concrete walkway, flowering bravely in the crisp winter air.
53. There they are, all over the mountain fields, flowering in greater profusion the further the month moves towards winter.
54. But the market often begins to forward-price the new crop of beans after the sensitive flowering season late in the year.
55. I entertain all emotions in their superlatives for her, but they will always be flowering and never fruiting, for fruit rots.
56. SuperSeaweed works great on orchids! Most any flowering plant will do well with regular additions of SuperSeaweed to its water.
57. As they were gloating over the flowering of their toddler son, throwing them into dilemma, the old woman’s kidneys had failed.
58. She watched him walk away along the path, step aside behind the flowering bush, and reappear with the child seated on his shoulder.
59. With language, man had a tool that could create other tools, like a flowering vine bearing fruit and reproducing, growing ever larger.
60. Chastity is the flowering of man; and what are called Genius, Heroism, Holiness, and the like, are but various fruits which succeed it.
61. The woods now fell away and they were on the open hillside covered in grass and heather, with patches of yellow flowering gorse everywhere.
62. She got up from her knees and motioned me over to sit on a bench under an arbor which was wreathed with several different flowering vines.
63. A burgeoning hemorrhagic plague resembling Ebola had suddenly appeared in southern France, flowering near the miraculous shrine of Lourdes.
64. The flowering of your consciousness is as unique as every flower, and you are here to discover how it's going to happen uniquely through you.
65. I understand that they were the trigger to the flowering of thoughts that had probably crossed his mind but which he had diligently suppressed.
66. Habit is hereditary with plants, as in the period of flowering, in the time of sleep, in the amount of rain requisite for seeds to germinate, etc.
67. Within minutes the landscape looked like flowering hillsides in full bloom, not the ruinous cemetery of a far-reaching empire of bracken and nettles.
68. He was under the bare ash boughs and the toward the lane, toward the place where Hazel and he had come upon the notice flowering blackthorn of March.
69. Placing flowering plants near your guests sitting on your terrace provides an inviting and comforting vibe and your guests will appreciate viewing them.
70. The castle and its towers were wreathed with flowering vines that bloomed white and let off a honeysuckle smell that I could already smell on the breeze.
71. I pushed my way forward and was shunted around the crowd, and after trying to resist it for a while, drifted towards a line of old, flowering fruit trees.
72. These plants are unquestionably allied to andropogon in their mode of flowering, but have nevertheless sufficient essential characters to distinguish them.
73. I’ve been promising myself a plant for the kitchen table for a while now, but the local supermarket only stocks flowering plants which don’t appeal to me.
74. As its followers laughed, it tore up love's arch and carried it back to its Lawdom, giving the perennial flowering arbor to the faithful as a spoil of Just War.
75. Adrian had spread dried flowering broom on the floor and lit numerous red, white, and orange candles that spilled forth fragrances of roses, vanilla and honeysuckle.
76. But as soon as one ceased believing in them, they appeared in a new light, a new beauty, a wonderful flowering of a richly endowed imagination, full of human lessons.
77. When it comes to plants, they want the type of energy that can be converted into sugars that they need for the various plant functions such as assimilation and flowering.
78. The Pinco told us this was a good omen since the plant (it was called puya) only flowered once in a hundred years, and it was unusual to see so many flowering at one time.
79. Then the buildings grow dark and a kind of decay sets in; poorer people move in as the rents fall, and small fringe businesses take the place of once flowering establishments.
80. He was almost shielded from the buzz of the kitchen by a large flowering shrub called a tribreak that reminded him of a rhododendron with sprays of sky-blue and lavender flowers.
81. The whole village was thick with larorlie and many other flowering kinds of thin vine that grew high into the trees and made the archwoods themselves look like they were in flower.
82. A sudden clash of small claws and feathers above her, near the flowering limes, made her gasp and peer upwards, pressing her nails into the palms of her hands in order to keep still.
83. At the foot of it there had been strewn great quantities of branches of flowering trees, which with the new warmth of milder climates were now blossoming in the valleys of the island.
84. He glanced at Glen then raised his shirt up so Glen could see the hole in his chest from the bullet wound, which was slowly closing in on itself, bruises flowering out from the wound site.
85. Thus the main divisions of flowering plants are founded on differences in the embryo—on the number and position of the cotyledons, and on the mode of development of the plumule and radicle.
86. He had planted a great many potatoes, and his potatoes, as Levin had seen driving past, were already past flowering and beginning to die down, while Levin's were only just coming into flower.
87. Around her the forest breathed with the sounds of a thousand small creatures, all fervently hoping she wouldn’t notice them, and the rustle of ferns and flowering bushes in the morning breeze.
88. The waning beams glinted on the thick golden chain which Dion of Attalus twisted continually in his pudgy hand as he sat in the flaming riot of blossoms and flowering trees which was his garden.
89. Gold and white with bright beads on her she emerged, her face flowering from her body, innocent, scarcely tinted, the eyes gazing frankly about her, or slowly settling on Jacob and resting there.
90. Unlike the other streets of the historic district, those four blocks surrounding the park were lined not with flowering jacarandas but with magnificent old phoenix palms with enormous crowns of fronds.
91. But before they could say anything, she sprang lightly up and over the lily-bowls, and ran laughing towards them; and as she ran her gown rustled softly like the wind in the flowering borders of a river.
92. Anxiety is often high during flowering season in Brazil, and this is when the next year’s crop is most susceptible to damage (this is similar to pollination time in corn or podding season in soybeans).
93. The peach-tree was the one most uniformly returned, and the following table exhibits the time of its flowering, in places sufficiently numerous and remote, to afford a fair specimen of these observations:.
94. In what appeared to be amused delight they gazed down at hairless pubes and a very respectable erection in Alger’s case—a flowering vulva in Begum’s, before throwing convention and modesty to the winds.
95. Each Creator embodied both sides of the coin, as it were: Maia was goddess of death as well as life-giver, and the Lady Herself, whose element was Fire, represented both Beauty’s flowering and inevitable decay.
96. Now that very day the hundred years were completed; and as the prince came to the thicket he saw nothing but beautiful flowering shrubs, through which he passed with ease, and they closed after him as firm as ever.
97. The air was heavy with thick, herbal smells, as though it were already late June; the water mint and marjoram, not yet flowering, gave off scent from their leaves and here and there an early meadowsweet stood in bloom.
98. From polar bears braving icy arctic winters and giant squid in the cold, dark, pressure of ocean depths, to cacti flowering in desert sands; plants and animals have steadily spread to cover much of the planet's surface.
99. Coffee prices have historically been most volatile in the Brazilian winter (despite the reduced frost risk) which is June to September and during the coffee flowering season in October, in which the coffee beans sprout.
100. This morning, as he often did, he sat at a picnic table on a point of land where sweetly scented flowering shrubbery lightly touched the still air, and laid before him her diary and the letter she had been writing when she died.
1. It flowered as you watched.
2. Have you run the flowered sky.
3. Our Marione flowered in the winter.
4. The valleys dried and gaily flowered;.
5. Some men wanted the part that flowered.
6. Other men wanted the part that flowered.
7. He tucked in a flap of his flowered shirt.
8. So the wrinkled old man with the flowered.
9. They had sprayed flowered perfume all around.
10. Above, women's dresses flowered in a cold breeze.
11. When the plants flowered in the spring, he would.
12. The flowered shower curtain was already pulled back.
13. He had a long, greasy, flowered silk waistcoat next.
14. Under his captaincy the earth flowered and increased.
15. A flowered needlepoint rug matched the framed emphera.
16. At some point I found myself again in the flowered field.
17. Five years ago, a feeling of security had wrapped flowered.
18. She wore a long flowered skirt with a loose fitting pink blouse.
19. Myrt, I need to know where you got that purple flowered dress.
20. He led between the flowered stones to a tomb near the wall shadows.
21. The bag of Goulding, Collis, Ward led Bloom by ryebloom flowered tables.
22. The bone-porcelain, flowered clock on the mantel finished chiming three.
23. He led them between the flowered stones to a tomb near the wall shadows.
24. Regardless, she couldn’t still the tremors that flowered across her body.
25. She was wearing a very pretty flowered dress, with a wide belt at her waist.
26. Once the plants have flowered pollination occurs and as a result there is seed.
27. She was concentrating on the flowered pattern of the quilt to keep from crying.
28. She was dressed in a stiff flowered robe, and clumsy padded fuzzy pink slippers.
29. The veiled brim of her hat cast checkered shadows over her pretty flowered dress.
30. Egyptian dress of flowered satin, and she wore earrings, and a necklace of white.
31. But her head flowered above the rail, her eyes followed all that was done and said.
32. That, answered Scarlett, pointing at the fluffy mass of green flowered muslin.
33. The hall of compassion had pink and lavender flowered plants clinging on the marble.
34. On the window ledge flowered buxom, deep-red geraniums with a few fresh ferns just uncurling.
35. Down the elevator, through the sterile lobby, into a flowered courtyard that overlooked Golden Gate Park.
36. In nothing but flowered baggy shorts illuminated by unflattering sunlight he was a dietician‘s nightmare.
37. They grew and flowered inside her, like the tiny seeds that had sprung from him to her several months earlier.
38. It seemed as though she resembled the bedside roses, having herself flowered overnight after being deflowered.
39. A flowered needlepoint rug matched the framed emphera hanging on the ivory-colored walls that served as artwork.
40. You can tell me anything you want He said pulling me to the metal bench that was hidden under a flowered arch.
41. She had some paintings strewn about the walls, and a blue and pink flowered bedspread from what I could see in the.
42. I sank into the flowered chintz wing chair beside the telephone, and Cleo jumped to the floor and then up into my lap.
43. Twenty-three corseted, overdressed women holding flowered cups to pursed lips while balancing tiny plates on tight laps.
44. Having heard the plan President David kept thinking over the plan for some moments then his face flowered with happiness.
45. His listeners held their cigarettes poised to hear, their smokes ascending in frail stalks that flowered with his speech.
46. She said she wasn’t even going to ask who she was; she would just look for the pretty Lady in the purple flowered dress.
47. Harriet’s mother was short, she had silver-gray hair that was twisted in the back and held with a beautiful flowered comb.
48. The damp grass along the edges of the paths was dotted with spikes of mauve bugle, and the sanicles and yellow archangels flowered thickly.
49. Both of these best cultural expressions of humanity flowered and blossomed into more humane ways of living in that century between 1814-1914.
50. CLAIRE WAS WEARING a surgical gown with a butterfly pin at the neckline, apron stretched across her girth, flowered shower cap covering her hair.
51. And as the moon rose higher the inessential houses began to melt away until gradually I became aware of the old island here that flowered once for.
52. But when Ingrid glided into the room, wearing a purple Victorian dress with black gloves and flowered hat, all creature discomforts fell by the wayside.
53. Then she invited him to sit down on a flowered cretonne sofa where a sleeping cat was lying, and she placed her collection of albums on the coffee table.
54. It was a dark, dismal place with walnut colored paneling from the floor to his waist and black and red velvet flowered wall paper from there to the ceiling.
55. Two Vietnamese tots in flowered white dresses, who had been giggling at each other, had stood almost directly behind the horrendous blast and were decapitated.
56. Driving back toward the beach with Crumley, I saw a big limousine pass us at seventy miles an hour, putting a lot of space between it and the flowered graveyard.
57. Henri had suddenly decided that the old-fashioned pincushion was an art form which had flowered and reached its peak in the Nineties and had since been neglected.
58. There was nowhere a trace of rum, and the only glass in the room was innocently filled with the china roses that flowered so profusely in the garden at Baker's Farm.
59. Oh, it wasn’t fair! Life was going past her, down a hot shady summer road, life with gray uniforms and jingling spurs and flowered organdie dresses and banjos playing.
60. The Pinco told us this was a good omen since the plant (it was called puya) only flowered once in a hundred years, and it was unusual to see so many flowering at one time.
61. Its gardens had first flowered five hundred years ago, and there were outbuildings scattered from a creative explosion two hundred years gone amongst old tombyards and crypts.
62. Say that, by the dark prodigy I knew, the imagination of all evil HAD been opened up to him: all the justice within me ached for the proof that it could ever have flowered into an act.
63. All this time (still with both hands taking great care of the bird's-nest), Joe was rolling his eyes round and round the room, and round and round the flowered pattern of my dressing-gown.
64. Her light coat revealed an inch or two of flowered silk; skirts were short in those days, and her legs, stretched forward to the controls of the car, were spindly, as was also the fashion.
65. She cursed again the old custom of hospitality which had flowered in the era of plenty, the custom which lodging, food for himself and his horse and the utmost courtesy the house could give.
66. Her mind slipped from the room, over the flowered yard, the fields, the green hills, over the ancient drowsy streets of Mellin Town, into the wind and past the moist depression of the ravine.
67. She took one change of clothes, a new sarong and a flowered cotton top to match; she took three small Woolworth brooches and two rings as little presents for her friends, but she took no cosmetics.
68. The manor house was beautifully appointed, inside and out, sporting a novelty coat of arms above the door and a beautiful wisteria that twisted and flowered around the porch and around the front bay windows.
69. And three desserts, so everyone might have snap beans in mountains on brightly flowered porcelain, fried squash, stewed okra, his choice, chocolate layer cake, vanilla blanc mange and pound cake topped with.
70. She wore a loose Mother Hubbard of gray cloth in which there had once been colored flowers, but the color was washed out now, so that the small flowered pattern was only a little lighter gray than the background.
71. While Roopa maneuvered the flowered plait of the bride, Raja Rao stood up to tie the mangalasutrams round Sandhya’s shapely nape, and before he proceeded, Roopa heard him whisper to Sandhya, ‘With your permission.
72. The six Dreadnaught Spheres had flowered open to take on their deadly cargo, and their long spiral storage racks were nearly filled to capacity with over a billion individual drones, ready for transport and deployment.
73. Now wine was being crushed from under the grape-blooded feet of dancing vintners’ daughters, now steaming seas gave birth to coin-sheathed monsters while flowered kites strewed scent on blowing clouds…now…now…now….
74. She took the precaution of wearing a full skirt on the days she expected him, a charming skirt from Jamaica with red flowered ruffles, but with no underwear, nothing, in the belief that this convenience was going to help him ward off his fear.
75. Here is a better case: the leg of a woodcock was sent to me by a friend, with a little cake of dry earth attached to the shank, weighing only nine grains; and this contained a seed of the toad-rush (Juncus bufonius) which germinated and flowered.
76. In the middle of winter she was dressed for summer, almost undressed, in a flowered, sleeveless taffeta dress whose hemline reached to her knees, but exposed arms as white as her bare legs, bare feet and the introductory cleavage of her magnetic bosom.
77. She was completely removed from the confusion of music in the streets, the handfuls of rice powder, the showers of aniline thrown at the passengers on the trolley, whose mules were whitened with cornstarch and wore flowered hats during those three days of madness.
78. But Ño Josefina does not understand this immense love I feel for the "army of objects" as she called my dear trousseau; which for me are loving friends that as a flowered garden never get tired of proclaiming to the four winds the beauty of my ways, my elegance and my composure.
79. Now she could look back down the long years and see herself in green flowered dimity, standing in the sunshine at Tara, thrilled by the young horseman with his blond fancy, no more important really than her spoiled desire for the aquamarine earbobs she hair shining like a silver helmet.
80. The carpenters took measurements without saying why, the upholsterers brought swatches of cretonne to see if they matched the color of the walls, and the next week an enormous double couch covered in a Dionysian flowered print was delivered through the window because it was too big for the doors.
81. Behind the busiest street, I walked romantic corridors between dilapidated wood and mud houses with charming little kitchens, fire-places, wood storage rooms, and some with courtyards and even pebble mosaic designs laid in the ground beneath knotty gnarled old trees that still flowered bright crimson and pale blue.
82. The brocades and flowered silks which the eighteenth century had revelled in, and if in England not strong enough artistically to produce them itself, had brought into England from other lands;—these were replaced by the dismal things I have alluded to, and no vestige of them seems to have remained in the parlors of that unhappy time.
83. She was no longer the little girl, the newcomer, whom he had undressed, one article of clothing at a time, with little baby games: first these little shoes for the little baby bear, then this little chemise for the little puppy dog, next these little flowered panties for the little bunny rabbit, and a little kiss on her papa’s delicious little dickey-bird.
84. Beauty, in its hothouse variety (which is none of the worst), flowered in box after box; and though nothing was said of profound importance, and though it is generally agreed that wit deserted beautiful lips about the time that Walpole died--at any rate when Victoria in her nightgown descended to meet her ministers, the lips (through an opera glass) remained red, adorable.
85. But yet inevitably the Shtcherbatskys were thrown most into the society of a Moscow lady, Marya Yevgenyevna Rtishtcheva and her daughter, whom Kitty disliked, because she had fallen ill, like herself, over a love affair, and a Moscow colonel, whom Kitty had known from childhood, and always seen in uniform and epaulets, and who now, with his little eyes and his open neck and flowered cravat, was uncommonly ridiculous and tedious, because there was no getting rid of him.
86. They would appear without any greeting in their little flowered dresses left over from days when they were five years younger, and they took them off with the same innocence with which they had put them on, and in the paroxysms of love they would exclaim good heavens, look how that roof is falling in, and as soon as they got their peso and fifty cents they would spend it on a roll with cheese that the proprietress sold them, smiling more than ever, because only she knew that that meal was not true either.
87. It is thus I like to remember Sebastian, as he was that summer, when we wandered alone together through that enchanted palace; Sebastian in his wheel chair spinning down the box-edged walks of the kitchen gardens in search of alpine strawberries and warm figs, propelling himself through the succession of hothouses, from scent to scent and climate to climate, to cut the muscat grapes and choose orchids for our button-holes; Sebastian hobbling with a pantomime of difficulty to the old nurseries, sitting beside me on the threadbare, flowered carpet with the toy-cupboard empty about us and Nanny Hawkins stitching complacently in the comer, saying, 'You're one as bad as the other; a pair of children the two of you.
88. There flowered a White Tree,.
1. See how the flowers be.
2. And flowers for her nose.
3. He found flowers for her.
4. The island of flowers and.
5. The scent of the flowers.
6. Flowers need weeks to grow.
7. The flowers, oh the flowers.
8. All o' the sweetest flowers.
9. Smith handed her the flowers.
10. Buying you flowers, I think.
11. The flowers shook and jolted.
12. Cheap, but still the flowers.
13. With Snow Flowers He Played.
14. Grass and flowers began to.
15. As Flowers mingle and thrive.
16. Eyes the flowers in the trash.
17. The flowers was all blooming.
18. Ought to be flowers of sleep.
19. They water the lovely flowers.
20. The flowers were woven amid.
21. They don't have flowers, but.
22. They picked fruits and flowers.
23. In a few days the flowers came.
24. Working with silk flowers is.
25. Spring is the time of flowers.
26. I didn’t send you flowers.
27. The paper flowers did no less.
28. The flowers are always blooming.
29. He asked me what flowers a.
30. I sent flowers and condolences.
31. And desert flowers have spikes.
32. I hand him the flowers to hold.
33. You want hearts and flowers.
34. For buying one of my flowers.
35. The Boughs Of Flowers Lengthen.
36. From the flowers in the breeze.
37. The flowers will start to bloom.
38. Blankets of flowers surround it.
39. Yellow flowers in the windowsill.
40. Her brother didn’t do flowers.
41. Her dream of flowers and the 13.
42. Fresh flowers littered the room.
43. The flowers should have arrived.
44. Millions of Dutch flowers killed.
45. With their colorful flowers and.
46. Flowers grow out of dark moments.
47. The Little Flowers of Saint Mack.
48. Compositae, flowers and seeds of.
49. Sometimes them flowers be pink.
50. We did it; we found the flowers.
51. I saw the flowers you put on them.
52. These flowers were his occupation.
53. We have coffee and plastic flowers.
54. There are paper flowers everywhere.
55. Me With White Flowers, In Scented.
56. Flowers were spread over the gates.
57. It was surrounded by flowers and.
58. You never see flowers here in.
59. The Inn at the Village of Flowers.
60. Brooding, she touched the flowers.
61. Then the flowers will bloom in May.
62. The chill flowers fell on her neck.
63. Could you carry them some flowers?
64. Umbelliferae, flowers and seeds of.
65. Touched flowers and furs and cheeks.
66. Plant trees, plant flowers, watch.
67. There are no flowers or fresh food.
68. She placed the flowers in a basket.
69. Instead, she nodded at the flowers.
70. But you didn’t bring any flowers.
71. The scent of the flowers was soft.
72. Laced with the fragrance of flowers.
73. How are the flowers holding up?
74. There was a wreath of flowers on it.
75. The lovers in the flowers will find.
76. DECORATIVE FLOWERS FOR THE CEREMONY.
77. But still - the wind and the flowers.
78. I see the flowers turning into gold.
79. So it is with the flowers of plants.
80. She sprinkles flowers in the dirt.
81. With gay wreaths of flowers adorning.
82. They brought me a bouquet of flowers.
83. It wasn’t the flowers that got to.
84. Elder: Infusion of flowers and fruit.
85. On plate and flowers and pouring tea.
86. The flowers were very fresh and sweet.
87. Still, the flowers are more poetical.
88. The flowers that bloom in the spring.
89. A sweet aroma from the flowers that.
90. The flowers of some plants are edible.
91. Love, flowers, the country, idleness.
92. There were still no signs of flowers.
93. Colorful flowers bloomed in abundance.
94. I searched the best bouquet of flowers.
95. His breath smelled of funeral flowers.
96. Some colors of flowers are rare than.
97. That’s 2,444 bouquets of flowers vs.
98. Without the rain, flowers don’t grow.
99. Thyme: Infusion of leaves and flowers.
100. Bless my birth flowers, he said.

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