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- proper noun A taxonomic
genuswithin the tribe Anthemideae— the chrysanthemums.
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The name Chrysanthemum was given by Linnaeus, from Greek words (chrysos = gold and anthemon = flower)
“Not bad,” she said, “but I don't think you want your final resting place to be called Chrysanthemum Delight, do you?”
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Chief among those still blooming are the Sheffies, sometimes known as Chrysanthemum koreana ‘Sheffield Pink’, among other names.
Also, we think that the name "Chrysanthemum" was the father's idea and Victoria C's nemesis turns out okay after she rebels against her snooty, elitist parents.
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Kevin Henkes has "Chrysanthemum" and "Julius, The Baby of the World" which features big sister Lilly.
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Also, Mrs. Twinkle, the wonderful music teacher in Henkes's "Chrysanthemum," saves the day.
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In Henkes '"Chrysanthemum," the title character's name elicits teasing throughout class time, naptime and recess.
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Rudbeckia ‘Indian Summer’ 2. an unnamed mum that I originally got from my mother-in-law, and this beauty, Chrysanthemum ‘Clara Curtis.’
After Hirohito's death in 1989, Akihito ascended the Chrysanthemum Throne to become Japan's 125th emperor.
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