camelia


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Related to camelia: Camellia japonica
  • noun

Synonyms for camelia

any of several shrubs or small evergreen trees having solitary white or pink or reddish flowers

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We are looking for them to be rehomed together as Camelia is the more timid out of the two and seeks comfort from Primrose.
In connection with these activities, the Company also announced that it has strengthened its Investor Relations program with the appointment of experienced IR professionals, Bonnie McBride and Camelia Isaic.
of Bacau, Romania), Monica Patrut, and Camelia Cmeciu draw together 20 chapters by researchers in educational technology, communication, marketing and business, information technology, education, and other areas from Europe, the US, Canada, and Malaysia, who consider the changes brought to higher education by social media, specifically the integration of social media into the existing academic environment and moving to a new social academic environment that would be originally integrated with social media.
We demand the release of newly converted Muslims, particularly Camelia Shehata, a priest's wife, and Wafaa Constantine," declared the protesters.
Apart from my family, I love my cats the most," the Star Online quoted the woman, who wanted to be known as Camelia, as saying.
Reserve female champion was another three-year-old home bred, in-calf heifer Tryfil Camelia, bred and exhibited by Ioan Roberts, Tryfil Isaf, Llannerchymedd, Anglesey.
In sharp contrast, Italian Camelia Liparoti-Baggiani is a seasoned campaigner having been crowned the women's champion in last year's edition of the Cross-Country Rallies World Championship.
The junior girls' singles final, which was watched by hundreds of supporters, ended with Romania's Camelia Postoaca defeating her Singaporean opponent Siyun Li in an exciting seven-game contest.
There is a vast choice of suitable plants available including popular favourites like camelia, rhododendrons, gentians and witch hazel.
Mrs Richmond ran Camelia Florists from a shop in the village and clients included royalty and celebrities.
Mrs Richmond runs floristry business Camelia Florist in The Laurels, South Cerney.
Mrs Richmond runs floristry business Camelia Florist and has a shop in The Laurels, South Cerney.
A mysterious boy saves Camelia from an out-of-control car in the school parking lot, and then speeds off on his motorcycle before she can thank him.
Q I bought a camelia last winter that was full of flowers.
Camelia was six years old when the Shah of Iran was overthrown in her country: her family chose to stay in Tehran and saw two decades of violent change which affected their family.