bluebonnet


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Synonyms for bluebonnet

low-growing annual herb of southwestern United States (Texas) having silky foliage and blue flowers

a brimless dark blue Scottish cap with a flat top and a plume on one side

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Annette Allen of Bluebonnet Firearms said the item she found at SHOT Show that delighted her the most was the Hold Up display system to help organize inventory.
Andrea Richardson, the program's executive director, was pleasantly surprised when the budget reductions she thought would force Bluebonnet to cut services to 2,000-plus individuals never materialized.
Lyc-O-Mato is marketed by such companies as GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Nature's Life and Bluebonnet.
Dina Dwyer-Owens, president and CEO of The Dwyer Group, has been named a Woman of Distinction by the Bluebonnet Council of Girl Scouts of the USA, comprised of more than 13 Central Texas counties.
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Texas Bluebonnet John Harvath, f&b director, Renaissance Austin (TX) Hotel, created this drink for Cruzan Rum.
They may all be living in a cave in Brigadoon, maybe doing the Highland Scottische or they might be sitting at home awaiting the great day when Alex Salmond skips naked down the Royal Mile with a thistle in his teeth and a bluebonnet in his hair.
Best are Lupinus nanus `Pixie Delight', only 50cm (1ft 8ins) tall, in shades of blue, pink and white, and Lupinus texenis, the Texas bluebonnet.
Best are Lupinus nanus `PixieDelight',only 50 cm (1ft 8in) tall,in shades of blue,pink and white,and Lupinus texenis , theTexas bluebonnet.
The 56,000-square-meter garden, dubbed Bluebonnet, and with some 600 kinds of plants, a restaurant and shops, has been built to mark the 50th anniversary of the company's establishment.
This book was nominated for the Texas Bluebonnet Award of 1990 and also received accolades from the Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books.
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