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  • n. Plural form of veronica.


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  • Holding it at arm's length, I attempted only a few veronicas before my shoulders and wrists began to ache.

    Matador for a Day

  • Carlos would then dutifully nod his snout and paw at the sack excitedly until it spilled open onto the ground as Hernando turned his back to the bull and walked back up the callejon to practice his veronicas to the roar of the empty seats.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 2)

  • More and more, he found himself alone in the ring with the bull, thinking not of the preparations, or the pacing of the veronicas, or the tendencies of the bull as it came at the cape, but of his newest home in Zihuatanejo, high on a bluff overlooking the warm Pacific.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 1)

  • But I have blue veronicas in the yellow white bed so I have no room to question these things.

    Kopper King And Friends « Fairegarden

  • I have found the veronicas do not like shade much.

    E-China-See-Ya~A Public Service Announcement « Fairegarden

  • The matador executes a series or maneuvers, or passes, which are usually ‘veronicas’.

    Life And Death Ritual - La Corrida

  • The veronicas have a similar flower but so far no matches.

    What Is This Plant? « Fairegarden

  • You are right, I was looking at my veronicas today, the foliage is similar.

    What Is This Plant? « Fairegarden

  • Hi Brenda, It does have some similarities to the several veronicas we grow here.

    What Is This Plant? « Fairegarden

  • Ballard calls it all the veronicas of our mutilated inventions / intentions or perversions; I'm paraphrasing; but, I think it's simply the difference between slush-mush and the imaginatively seductive p/lush-rush in the finest senses of that tactile phrase.

    Something I missed ...


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