camellia


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Synonyms for camellia

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

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It is a strategic decision to support Camellia to increase Bloombase's presence in regions where corporations and organizations would like to seek for alternate cryptographic cipher which is as strong and efficient as AES-Rjindael.
New from Camlin North America, Camellia watercolors are both the best and most economical way to introduce your students to the joys of the watercolor technique.
Q Where is the best place to put a camellia in a pot?
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CipherCraft is a cipher engine that supports the cipher algorithm Camellia and PSEC-KEM.
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My big camellia that thrives on the front wall next to the kitchen is about to burst into flower.
Cattolica, a botanist, took a keen interest in reviving the family tradition of camellia growing.
Think of winter and the plants in this border come to mind: coneshaped "living Christmas trees" such as Blue Spruce, bright Berries Jubilee Holly, and Cranberry Cotoneaster, and--in mild climates--Yuletide Camellia with dazzling red blooms that unfurl in time for the holidays.
and needed our help with fares and living expenses for her and her 6-year-old daughter, Camellia.
The genus Camellia (Theaceae) consists of a group of about 80 species of evergreen trees and shrubs, which are widespread in Asia, having alternate leaves with toothed margins and a short petiole.
Q I HAVE two Camellia bushes in my back garden which are now four years old but have never had any flowers.
The two companies said they will propose to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) that the Camellia system be adopted as the international standard for symmetric-key cipher algorithm, which uses the same key for both encryption and decryption.
Fifty years ago, Camellia seeds designated only as plant introduction (PI) number 162475 traveled from China to make their American debut at the U.