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  • proper n. Formerly considered a genus, within the tribe Rhodoreae and the family Ericaceae; the azaleas, numerous varieties of flowering shrubs of temperate climates; now a subgenus of Rhododendron.

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Examples

  • One bleak night, her baby sister Azalea is stolen by phaeries and Poison resolves to get her sister back, no matter the cost.

    Poison

  • Now I understand why the Azalea is your signature plant.

    About Those Azaleas-My Signature Plants « Fairegarden

  • Then Janet appeared to call Azalea to the telephone, and the girl looked up, surprised.

    Patty and Azalea

  • The development of reader-suggested characters into significant ones, such as Azalea and Pyra, was mostly random; they were there when I needed characters.

    Stork Naked

  • (Soundbite of "Azalea") Mr. MOONEY: (Singing) It was such a fine spring day down Louisiana way with fragrance divine and such magnificent regalia, oh, so fine, azalea.

    Tribute to the Music of New Orleans

  • As of this writing, the key new features slated for the "Azalea" milestone include subquery optimizations and a new join algorithm (batched key access).

    Latest Updates from MySQL AB

  • Her bestselling memoir, Red Azalea (1994), the story of her childhood in communist China, has been compared to The Diary of Anne Frank.

    Anchee Min biography

  • And when she had finished her disclosure of how Lizzie had painted her house, Azalea was up and raging.

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

  • Here, Lizzie, the married wife, upstood like a fury long-thwarted, and, in lieu of her husband, already fled, flung herself tooth and nail on Azalea.

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

  • Now Azalea Akau, sitting right over there, is his wife.

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

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