- n. A surname.
“Polyandrous (Flowers) Flowers having many stamens.”
“Ramona Flowers is the essence of hipster superhero cool and -- whether you technically base your look on the comic or the movie -- easy to emulate, as many Comic-Con attendees have already demonstrated.”
“I think Flowers, Flowers, Eat All the Flowers is my favorite, but I had to include Songs for Agata too because I am certain I bought a copy of that one for $5 in Philadelphia in 1988.”
“Vonetta Flowers is the only African-American gold medalist, in the two-woman bobsled in 2002.”
“Re-read Flowers from the Storm by Laura Kinsale and loved it just as much as I did the first time.”
“Yes, I did read Flowers from the Storm a long time ago and liked it.”
“- He remind me a bit on "Flowers from the Storm" by Laura Kinsale.”
“Kinsale wrote one of my favorite novels ever, Flowers from the Storm, which is not your classic romance novel.”
“But moment by moment, Butterflies, Flowers is very, very funny.”
“The location was appropriate: Mr. Bailey's new book, his fifth, is called "Flowers," and it contains a multitude of pictures of the event designer's over the top floral work.”
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