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Synonyms for daylily

any of numerous perennials having tuberous roots and long narrow bladelike leaves and usually yellow lily-like flowers that bloom for only a day

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VCUQatar's Golden Needle Awards for achievers in the fashion design department were presented to -- Kinda Morshed (Best Children's Collection), Dylon Sergei Adonis (Most Outstanding Sophomore), Hisham Dawoud (Best Junior Collection), Maha Ghanim al-Kuwari (Most Outstanding Junior), Dana Masoud (Most Outstanding Senior) and Rabab Abdulla (Most Outstanding Senior Collection).
Voices of Women also supported the Golden Needle Sewing School, an underground school for women in Herat.
The first, "Gebedur I," is a special golden needle coated with titanium nitride for increased life.
James Lee Byars presented a golden needle in a vitrine, the windows to the garden were open, the birds were singing.
Performance consists of showers of red, green, yellow and blue stars, golden needle, silvery crackle and snow pine.
Second, Scarlet MFR uses golden needles, which provide better distribution of energy, and therefore more rejuvenation than regular needles.
And there is the charitable work done by the Golden Needles knitting group, which includes making sweater sets for babies, and mittens and hats for grammar school youngsters.
The new form metasequoia Goldrush would be my choice, with soft golden needles all summer, turning russet in autumn.
Golden Needles, Gold Crab King, a Black from a new varietal with the unmistakable aroma of Ti Kuan Yin, Panyang Congou made from different varietals (including the Big Sprout and Hairy Crab), and Golden Monkey were some the "big" Black teas prepared.
Among the numbers included on the 12-track collection were such favourites as Silver Threads and Golden Needles, Fireball Mail, Cotton Eyed Joe, Highland Mist, Ceili House, and Bonaparte's Retreat.