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- Meiping Modern: Bottle Cylinder-shaped vase Flower brick Gourd-shaped vase Jar Pitcher Rotund vase Turnip-shaped vase Urn V-shaped Detail of a red-figure lekanis;...
- cash award. Money portal Banks portal Maneki-neko Tudor money box Roman vase-shaped money box (2nd/3rd century AD). Ancient money boxes appear in the archaeological...
- Polyps are roughly cylindrical in shape and elongated at the axis of the vase-shaped body. In solitary polyps, the aboral (opposite to oral) end is attached...
- serrata, one would look for a short main trunk, low branching and a vase-shaped habit. The twigs are slender with small, dark conical buds in a zigzag...
- 29 ft 6 in) high with an 8-metre (25 ft) spread. Young trees have a vase-shaped habit that becomes more spreading into maturity. In winter they produce...
- deciduous shrub. It is upright and vase-shaped, reaching 2–4 m (7–13 feet) in height, bearing large trumpet-shaped flowers with prominent yellow-tipped...
- sonchifolia, but the flower bracts of the latter are much longer and vase-shaped.[citation needed] Cyanthillium cinereum has been used for smoking cessation...
- under optimal conditions. The tiny (<1 mm) yellowish-white eggs are vase-shaped, and are laid within harborages where the insects rest between blood...
- Bavarian-style wheat beer is usually served in 500 ml (17 US fl oz), vase-shaped gl****es. In Belgium, witbier is usually served in a 250-ml gl****; each...
- cultivars. One of the best cultivars for bonsai. agm 'Shikage ori nishiki' ; vase-shaped shrub with dull purple foliage 'Shishigashira' ; a unique cultivar, notable...
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