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Synonyms for green dragon

European arum resembling the cuckoopint

early spring-flowering plant of eastern North America resembling the related jack-in-the-pulpit but having digitate leaves, slender greenish yellow spathe and elongated spadix

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John's was called for tripping and Varga was lifted for an extra skater, the Green Dragons had a six-on-four advantage for the final 1:30.
At 10:34 of the first period, senior Sean Casbarro put the Green Dragons in front, burying a rebound.
On that basis, become the new owner of Green Dragons and you'll fit right in.
Built from the distinctive Cotswold stone that gives the area such character, Green Dragons is a fine example of its type - so much so that it is mentioned in the Costwold Edition of the auspicious book Pevsner's Buildings of England.
While the home is in need of some modernisation, the combination of a High Street location, period detail and a delightful garden make Green Dragons a real draw.
In Green Dragon Codex, a boy finds an enchanted green dragon egg and befriends the wyrmling when it hatches, even though adult green dragons are evil and breathe jets of chlorine gas.
New this spring are Brass Dragon Codex and Green Dragon Codex and, in Fall, Silver Dragon Codex.
The class was split into five teams - Red Gargoyles, White Knights, Blue Wizards, Green Dragons and Yellow Snakes.
This irresistible story written by Jules Bass is coupled with brilliant illustrations by Debbie Harter of lime green dragons, purple castles and polka-dotted cats.