malope


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Related to malope: Malope trifida, Malope malacoides var trifida
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Synonyms for malope

western Mediterranean annual having deep purple-red flowers subtended by 3 large cordate bracts

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In these short stories, Malope (1982:53), Shole (1985:80) and Chikane (1987:53) reveal a particular oppression which is subtle but very powerful, namely that of ignorance.
Rebecca Malope, who appears on July 25, was voted most popular role model of both black and white young South Africans - a poll in which the ex-President only earned second place.
SOUTH Africa's biggest singing star, gospel queen Rebecca Malope, will top the line-up at Europe's largest free African music festival, in Liverpool.
South African gospel singer Rebecca Malope and her 15-strong choir will headline the festival.
It is believed that when Malope, the great-great grandson of King Mogale died, there was a dispute between his sons and their uncle, Mohurutshe.
Some of my favourites for direct sowing like this include cornflowers, love-in-a-mist, flax, candytuft, pot marigolds (Calendula officinalis), Lavatera trimestris (annual mallow), Malope, Nemophila (baby blue eyes) and mignonette.
Now the Liverpool-based Africa Oye organisation has set out to bring South African Rebecca Malope to Britain.
Rich, strong colours are the latest fashion note and Suttons Seeds fit that brief nicely with their latest malope, Vulcan.
Suttons have introduced a new malope, "The Vulcan" with huge Lavatera-like flowers, each silky-looking, crimson-purple and with clearly marked veins - ideal for a sunny border.