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  • n. Plural form of florist.

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  • You can also use baskets and stuff them with fake flowers that withstand the weather, sticking the stems in florists foam, also available at dollar stores.

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  • What certain florists call "blue," you put down as "purplish," – what they call

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  • "violeteries," and the like -- what we call florists 'shops, you know.

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  • First, the Chamber’s often invoked charge that the CFPA will be able to regulate small businesses like butchers and florists is false, as the legislation clearly exempts “merchants, retailers, and sellers of nonfinancial services.”

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  • When Bustos started the business 10 years ago, big-name florists like FTD and 1-800 Flowers had left him a big opening, he says.

    Fast Times At A Global Web Flower Shop

  • If one doesn't even want to take the time to call florists, bakers, photographers, etc. then what makes that person believe they are going to take the time to work on a marriage?

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  • There are several forms of this species having double flowers, which may be termed florists 'or garden varieties; all are handsome and effective flowering plants, and last a long time in good form.

    Hardy Perennials and Old Fashioned Flowers Describing the Most Desirable Plants, for Borders, Rockeries, and Shrubberies.

  • Occhino could be right to fret about any lost sales on what one consumer expert calls florists sold 196 million roses on Valentine's Day.

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  • This industry comprises establishments known as florists primarily engaged in retailing cut flowers, floral arrangements, and potted plants purchased from others.

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  • This is why those stores that sell flowers are called florists '.

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