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There Are Three Flowers In A Vase - Flowers Native To France.

There Are Three Flowers In A Vase

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  • forty inventive TRIZ principles that could arguably be used to resolve social problems, including the resolution of disputes.

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There Are No Children Here: The Story of Two Boys Growing Up in The Other America

There Are No Children Here: The Story of Two Boys Growing Up in The Other America

This is the moving and powerful account of two remarkable boys strling to survive in Chicago's Henry Horner Homes, a public housing complex disfigured by crime and neglect.

There Are No Children Here, the true story of brothers Lafeyette and Pharoah Rivers, ages 11 and 9 at the start, brings home the horror of trying to make it in a violence-ridden public housing project. The boys live in a gang-plagued war zone on Chicago's West Side, literally learning how to dodge bullets the way kids in the suburbs learn to chase baseballs. "If I grow up, I'd like to be a bus driver," says Lafeyette at one point. That's if, not when--spoken with the complete innocence of a child. The book's title comes from a comment made by the brothers' mother as she and author Alex Kotlowitz contemplate the challenges of living in such a hostile environment: "There are no children here," she says. "They've seen too much to be children." This book humanizes the problem of inner-city pathology, makes readers care about Lafeyette and Pharoah more than they may expect to, and offers a sliver of hope buried deep within a world of chaos.

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Bengali name: Morog Ful (???? ???)
Scientific name: Celosia Cristata

Cockscomb flowers are also known as Wool Flowers or Brain Celosia, sestive of a highly colored brain. The flowers belong to the amaranth family, Amaranthaceae. Cockscomb bloom with a compacted crested head 2-5 inches across, on leafy stems that are 12-28 inches long. The flower's name is sestive of a rooster's comb. Cockscomb Flower blooms from late summer through late fall. The Celosia plant is an annual dicotyledon.

Celosia species include Celosia argentea and Celosia spicata. Cockscombs are the crested variety (Celosia cristata). The flowers come in attractive red leafed varieties as well. Although there are many dwarf cultivars available today, the original types were fairly tall plants.Three forms were introduced into England from Asia in 1570.

== Cockscomb Facts ==

* The exact origins of Cockscomb in the wild are unknown, though some assign the geographical origins to the dry slopes of Africa and India as well as the dry rocky regions of both North and South America.
* Celosia comes from the Greek word 'kelos', meaning burned; apparently referring to the look of the brightly colored flowers in some species.
* There are about 60 species of annual or perennial Celosia.
* The contorted floral heads of crested types of Cockscomb continue to enlarge throughout the growing season and often have colorful foliage as a complement.
* Standing on long stiff stems, Cockscomb make excellent fresh as well as a dried cutflowers.
* In China the flower is called chi kuan, cockscomb where it is extensively cultivated.
* Celosia cristata are widely beleived to have developed from Celosia argentea, which is listed as native to India but is common in the wild in China.
* Cockscomb Flower is seen in vibrant yellows, pinks, reds, gold Colors.
* Cockscomb has no fragrance.
* Cockscomb Flower has 5-14 days of vase life.
* Cockscomb flowers are said to resemble rooster combs or convoluted brains, Celosia argentea (Cristata group)
* In West Africa, Central Africa, and Southeast Asia, Celosia argentea is grown as a leaf vegetable and cereal crop. In southern Nigeria, it is the most important leaf vegetable and is known as soko.
* Celosia cristata is a common garden ornamental plant in China and other places.

== Growing Celosia ==

* Plant seedlings 8 inches apart in full sun and well-drained soil.
* Plant seeds indoors six to eight weeks before your region's last frost, then plant outdoors 8 inches apart.
* Keep soil moist. Cockscomb does best in hot, slightly dry conditions, but will wilt if overly dry. Avoid wetting the flowers or leaves to prevent fungal diseases.
* Fertilize every four weeks or so. Cockscomb benefits from regular fertilizing.
* Pull out and discard in fall, once frost kills these plants.

== Celosia Plant Care ==

* Cockscombs are easy to grow from seed, either indoors under lights or outdoors in the garden.
* Space plants 8-12 inches apart depending on expected height of the variety you are planting.
* Cockscombs grow best when mulched.
* Spray the foliage of flowering annuals with a dilute solution of liquid fertilizer to give them a hot weather energy boost.
* When the plants die with the first hard frost, remove them to the compost pile but keep the beds mulched right through the winter, ready for next year's plants.

Nicholson, Winifred (1893-1981) - 1940s Flowers in a Jug (Sotheby's London, 2004)

Nicholson, Winifred (1893-1981) - 1940s Flowers in a Jug (Sotheby's London, 2004)

Oil on canvas laid down on board; 55 x 40.5cm.

Winifred Nicholson was an English painter and colorist who developed a personalized impressionistic style that concentrated on domestic subjects and landscapes. In her work, the two motifs are often combined in a view out of a window, featuring flowers in a vase or a jug.

Nicholson was born in Oxford. Her parents were Charles Henry Roberts and Lady Cecilia, daughter of George Howard, 9th Earl of Carlisle. Her interest in painting started early in life. George Howard was an accomplished painter as well as a friend and patron of many distinguished artists. Nicholson began painting with Howard around age 11. She attended the Byam Shaw Art School.

Nicholson married the artist Ben Nicholson in 1920. There were three children; Kate Nicholson also became an artist. In the 1920s Winifred became a Christian Scientist, an allegiance that lasted for the rest of her life. Although it is sometimes said incorrectly that with Ben, Winifred formed part of the artist colony at St Ives, Cornwall, she was never permanently living there. Although she painted less in the abstract style than in the representational, she did experiment with her own form of abstraction in the 1930s. Influences between her and Ben were mutual, Ben often admitting he learned much about color from his first wife. After they separated, she lived half of each year during the 1930s in Paris.

After her divorce from Ben Nicholson in 1938, she spent most of the rest of her life in Cumberland, at Boothby and at Bankshead. She painted prolifically throughout her life, largely at home but also on trips to Greece and Scotland, among other places. Many of her works are still in private collections, but a number are in the Kettle's Yard art gallery, Cambridge, and several key works belong to Tate. One painting is believed to have hung at 10 Downing Street. She had a lifelong fascination for rainbow and spectrum colors and in the 1970s she made particularly strong, innovative use of such colors in many of her paintings.

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Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea

When Chelsea Handler needs to get a few things off her chest, she appeals to a higher power—vodka. Seems reasonable, when considering that she discovered her boyfriend was having an affair with a Peekapoo and she had to pretend to be honeymooning with her father in order to upgrade to first class. Welcome to Chelsea’s world—a place where absurdity reigns supreme and a quick wit is the best line of defense..
In this highly entertaining, deliciously skewed collection, Chelsea mines her past for stories about her family, relationships, and career that are at once singular and ridiculous. Whether she’s convincing her third-grade class that she has been chosen to play Goldie Hawn’s daughter in the sequel to Private Benjamin, deciding to be more egalitarian by dating a redhead, or looking out for a foulmouthed, rum-swilling little person who looks just like her...only smaller, Chelsea has a knack for getting herself into the most outrageous situations.

Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea showcases the candor and irresistible turns of phrase that have made her one of the freshest voices in comedy today...

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