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  1. "A Flower" is a song for voice and closed piano by John Cage. It was composed in 1950 for a choreography by Louise Lippold, wife of sculptor Richard Lippold. There is no text; the singer vocalises a small number of phonemes such as "uh", "wah", etc., without vibrato. Instructions given in the score include, for some passages, "like a pigeon" and "like a wild duck". The entire vocal line is constructed of just four pitches, except for a single bar near the end where a fifth pitch is used. The pianist plays by hitting the piano lid in various ways - with his fingers, with his knuckles, etc. The composition is somewhat similar to the earlier work for voice and closed piano, The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs.
  2. "A Flower" is a musical album of Cass Phang.
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  3. "A Flower" is a composition.


"A Flower" is a 1971 short film written and directed by Lars von Trier.

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Google previewStudies in Literature, 1789-1877 (1882)

by Edward Dowden

To Shelley a flower is a thing of light and of love, bright with its yearning, pale with its passion.

a flower is an object which has a certain shape and colour ; fair-handed Spring scatters them abroad — " Violet darkly blue, And polyanthus of ...

Google previewChildren's Illustrated Dictionary (2009)

A flower is a part of a plant. Lots of flowers are brightly coloured and have a sweet smell. You can give a bunch of flowers to someone you love. fly (noun) A fly is a small insect with two wings. It is not good to eat food if a fly lands ...

Google previewThe Gardeners Dictionary (1735)

Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden, as Also the Physick Garden, Wilderness, Conservatory, and Vineyard by Philip Miller

A Flower is a natural Production which precedes the Fruit, containing the Grain or Seed. Tho' a Flower is a Thing so well known, ...

Google previewJunior Picture Dictionary (2005)

by Edited

blossom A flower is a blossom. The cherry trees will produce blossoms soon. bit A small piece or quantity. A bit of cheese. bite blow 1 . (Of the wind or air) To bite is to cut into move along, something with the 2.

Google previewAwakening the Kind Heart (2010)

How to Meditate on Compassion by Kathleen McDonald

Such a flower is an illusion—like adream ora rainbow.It appears, but does notexistthe wayitappears. Butthis doesnot meanthat there isno flower at all. Conventionally, thereisa flower—thereisan impermanent collection of parts that came into ...

Google previewCmplt Biology For Medical Ent Exams

by Kumar

Morphologically a flower is a modified shoot in which (a) internodes are highly condensed (b) internodes are highly elongated (c) nodes are highly elongated (d ) nodes are condensed 105. A flower is said to be complete when it has (a) calyx ...

Google previewThe Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz (2007)

by the late Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler

the Raveltinged “Chelsea Bridge”; “Day Dream”; “After All”; “Raincheck”; “Johnny Come Lately”; “Passion Flower”; “A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing”; “Midriff”; “Smada”; “Boodah”; “The Intimacy of the Blues”; and “Isfahan.

Google previewPeace of Mind (2013)

Becoming Fully Present by Thich Nhat Hanh

A flower is a formation; it's composed of many different elements such as air, water, clouds, sunshine, and earth. These elements come together and make a formation. Our body is composed of different elements, like mother, father, teachers, ...

Google previewThe Last Alchemist (2014)

And the Love of His Life by Poe Hawkins

A flower is a fragile, brainless plant. It's nothing but an overgrown protozoa, for Christ's sake—without a brain, a nervous system, or organs, or glands, or bones, or a thousand miles of blood fucking vessels! And here's the real kick in the cock, ...

Google previewScience

A flower is an organ of reproduction. The flower produces fruit. The fruit contains seeds. The seeds germinate and develop into plants. Therefore, the plant reproduces though the production of flower, fruits and seeds. Reproduction is therefore ...

Google previewThe New Universal English Dictionary ... To which is added, a dictionary of cant words ... The fourth edition, carefully corrected by Mr. Buchanan, etc (1760)

by Nathan BAILEY

such a flower as is in the shape of a bell. Caryopbyllcou: FLOWER (flat Ca'yalþlzyllen, L.) a-flower in ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica, Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature (1823)

Calyx external, including a flower polypetalous. 5. Calyx external, including a flower compound. 6. Calyx external, supporting a flower monopetalous. 7. Calyx external, supporting a flower polypetalous. 8. Calyx internal only; which is the ...

Google previewA Dictionary Hindustani and English (1834)

by John Shakespear

A rose, a flower. 2. The snuff of a candle. 3. The albugo. 4. A seton, an issue, a mark made by burning, brand. 5. Balls of charcoal, used for burning ...

Google previewInternational Wildlife Encyclopedia: Brown bear - cheetah (2002)

by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton

Each time a bumblebee visits a flower more pollen is smeared onto its body. The bee pauses at regular intervals to comb this pollen into the pollen baskets on its hind legs. Bumblebee workers are infertile females with only two roles in ...

Google previewKhasi English Dictionary

a flower, the sweet smell of which can be perceived from a distance only. 'tiew-phan, u, n. the dahlia ; potato flower. 'tiew-riam-akain, u, n. the pitcher plant. Hiew-sngi, «, ». the sunflower. 'tiew-shyllong. u, n. a white ...

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He is happiest who hath power to gather wisdom from a flower. (Mary Howitt)
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