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- (members of which are true lilies) is a genus of herbaceous flowering plants growing from bulbs, all with large prominent flowers. Lilies are a group of flowering...
- Monet lilies in a new light." The Times. 8 May 1999. Claude Monet paintings at the Marmottan Water Lilies at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Water Lilies at...
- Lilies is the plural form of lily. Lilies may also refer to: "Lilies", a short story by Ru Zhijuan Lilies (play), a 1987 Canadian play by Michel Marc...
- Spider lily is the common name for a number of different plant species within the family Amaryllidaceae which belong to the following genera: Crinum, a...
- Calla lily is a common name of several members of the family Araceae. It may refer to: Calla palustris Zantedeschia generally Zantedeschia aethiopica specifically...
- Retrieved August 14, 2016. Lilies of the Field at IMDb Lilies of the Field at AllMovie Lilies of the Field at the TCM Movie Database Lilies of the Field at the...
- The Birds of Heaven. It may also refer to: The Lilies of the Field (novel) by William Edmund Barrett Lilies of the Field (1963 film), a film adaption of...
- ISBN 978-0-8195-6827-4. Water Lilies at IMDb Water Lilies at AllMovie Water Lilies at Metacritic Water Lilies at Rotten Tomatoes Water Lilies (La Naissance des pieuvres)...
- Lilys are an American indie rock band formed in Washington, D.C in 1988. The only constant member is Kurt Heasley, with the line-up changing regularly...
- Nymphoides Water Lilies (Monet series), a series of paintings by Claude Monet Water Lilies (film), a 2007 French film The Water Lily (1919 film), a 1919...
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