Flowers

[magazine] Flowers is a Japanese monthly josei manga magazine published by Shogakukan. It is issued on the 28th of every month. == Currently running manga-series== ...
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[name] Flowers is a surname. ==People== ...
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It is the part of plant consists of reproductive organs i.e. petals and sepals (mainly colored), stamens (male part) and pistils (female part).
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A mineral substance in a powdery state after sublimation. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Flowers Greek: Chloris (goddess) Latin: Flora (goddess)
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A vase with fresh flowers on the teacher's desk or near a window can positively alter the mood of many students. They can also be used as 'spur of the moment' manipulatives for many activities. Flowers can be dissected in a science class, used as models in a drawing class, or used as a writing prompt for a writing activity.
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Flowers is slang for cannabis.
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Flowers was formerly a chemical name for fine particles of bodies in the form of a powder or mealy substance, for example flowers of sulphur, etc.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: flow′erz Definitions: 1. A mineral substance in a powdery state after sublimation.
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The reproductive structures in angiosperm sporophytes where gametophytes are generated.
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