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“The bra consisted of two tulip-shaped silk cups held together with wisps of silk and a prayer.”
“Rushing streams overflow their banks in summer, watering the meadows where a young Lev Tolstoy wandered, botanical primer in hand, picking out the . . . red, white, and pink scented tufty clover; milk-white ox-eye daisies with their bright yellow centers and pleasant spicy smell; yellow honey-scented rape blossoms; tall campanulas with white and lilac bells, tulip-shaped; creeping vetch . . .”
“Two years ago while filming at many Champagne houses large and small, restaurants, and bars, we never saw a flute once — only tulip-shaped glasses.”
“On October 23rd, 2009 at 10: 18 am ,1WineDude wrote: some of us with more, uhm, * ample* noses have been enjoying Champagne from normal/tulip-shaped wine glasses for several years”
“My heart warms under snow; flowers with forsythia, japonica blooms, flowering quince, bridal wreath, blood root and violet; yellow running jasmine vine, cape jessamine and saucer magnolias: tulip-shaped, scenting lemon musk upon the air.”
“An oversized tulip-shaped skirt paired paired with a simple snug turtleneck crying Ali McGraw gone goth.”
““Where have you hidden the tulip-shaped glasses, Bradley?” he calls out after a while.”
“Harry stirred in a spoonful of gray, unrefined sugar and lifted the tulip-shaped glass by its rim.”
“He presented me with a lovely metal, tulip-shaped candleholder he had made.”
“They include an artificial island shaped like a maple leaf for the Toronto's waterfront; the Federation Island project in Russia (Cf. The World, Dubai); and a tulip-shaped island in the Netherlands.”
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