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  • n. the art of creating flower arrangements


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florist +‎ -ry


  • Art and design is the most obvious option but there are nearly 2,000 courses available in the UK for 2010 including some pretty unusual options such as floristry design and ergonomic design.

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  • Amongst other things, I'll be meeting competitors in electronics, floristry, restaurant service and mobile robotics.

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  • Reports of a recession-busting upturn in the floristry and helium-balloon market sectors remain unconfirmed.

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  • I'd never really thought about floristry, until I got the opportunity to do work experience when I was at school.

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  • Her flowerbedspread steeps her in a wizardry of floristry where all she could catch without gloves would be

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  • Monitoring is vital to ensuring that harvesting is sustainable when it deviates from the natural disturbance regime, e.g., commercial harvesting of seven-weeks fern for floristry.

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  • Warning: the following scenes contain endless talk about floristry that some readers might find a bit tedious.

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  • So, please, if you have a skill that might lend itself to a wedding--photography, dressmaking, floristry, ritual planning, food, craftiness of any kind, please contact me via the comments on this entry or by email.


  • Roger Villere Jr., the state's Republican party chairman, recalled the 2005 hurricane, which put his floristry out of business for weeks, as he contemplated Gustav.

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  • Ultimately, the fuss generated by her democratization of floristry wore off as she graduated to arranging flowers for society weddings -- including Queen Elizabeth II's in 1947.



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