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“The real name of what we call the Buttercup is the”
“Join Buttercup the beautiful maiden, Westley the plucky farm boy, Inigo Montoya the embittered swordsman, Prince Humperdinck the scheming villain, and many other characters in this swashbuckling tale of good-natured silliness.”
“Buttercup is awesome … love the lady baltimore cupcakes w/meringue frosting and the chocolate trifle.”
“Buttercup is extra clingy because I was away and working long hours so I've been dealing with the two year old version of this lately.”
“I remembered a tall man with dark eyes had given me not only Clover but also a cat named Calico, and a parakeet we called Buttercup.”
“The actress - who wanted to be called by the nickname Buttercup - blamed Australian-born Darryn's "back-talking" for all her nominations, but she said: "That's what Darryn was telling people, and they were telling me after the fact.”
“But when the Dread Pirate Roberts (who just might be Westley) arrives on the scene, he’s intent on rescuing Buttercup from the clutches of the evil prince.”
“Sales records show that bananas with Pantone color 13-0858 (otherwise known as Vibrant Yellow) are less likely to sell than bananas with Pantone color 12-0752 (also called Buttercup), which is one grade warmer, visually, and seems to imply a riper, fresher fruit.”
“But this Celandine belongs to the Poppy tribe, whilst the Buttercup is a Ranunculus.”
“The Meadow Crowfoot grows two or three feet high; the Buttercup is a shorter plant.”
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Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
The names of cows from literature, your little acre of heaven, your memory, or otherwise.
I am particularly fond of those in my memory that ended in "ie", such as Bossie and Bessie.
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