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“One of them is called "Delila," and has the red color limited to the lips, whilst the tube is pure white.”
“Without doubt the existence of two color-varieties of the peloric type, one of a very dark red, indicating the "Black prince" variety as the pollen-parent, and the other with a white tube of the corolla, recalling the form known as "Delila," is due to these crossings.”
“From seeds of a yellow snapdragon, I got one red-flowered specimen among half a hundred  yellow ones, and from the variety "Delila" of the same species two red ones, a single white and two belonging to another variety called”
“Delila' is my Norwegian boat, which I had built by Fourmaise, and which is light and safe.”
“Well, we had fastened 'Delila' under the willow-trees, and had landed and were fishing side by side, Melie and I, close to the two others; but here, Monsieur, I must enter into details.”
“Sharon Horgan is great as slinky, underfulfilled Delila and has a comic's understanding of how misery rises to the surface during moments of farcical crisis.”
“Jake advises Stan to give up women and start afresh – self-interested advice, it emerges, as Jake has been "seeing" Stanley's girlfriend Delila.”
“My dance partner, Louis Van Amstel, and me, as drawn by Delila”
“Samson philanders with Delila, and discovers that his strength is shorn from him.”
“Israelites and the pompous and warlike ones of the Philistines, the exquisite love-song of Samson and Delila, and last but not least the charming ballet-music, with its truly Eastern character entitle the opera to rank amongst the very best of the past century.”
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