A Petal appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- A petal left now is a dud, as I won’t fellate Pa.
- Deflate pastel leprosy art rays or pellets a petal fed.
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"A Petal" is a 1996 South Korean film directed by Jang Sun-woo.
- also known as Ggotip, Kkonnip, kkotip'
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- producers: Byoung-ju Ahn & Park Keon Seop
- executive producer: Sujin Kim
- art direction by Oh Hyeong-seok & Park Si-jong
- written by Mun-il Jang & Jang Sun-woo
- based on a story by Choe Yun
- cinematography by Yoo Young-kil
- edited by Kim Yang-Il
- music by Il Won
- costume design by Ji-hye Lee & Kim Jin-mook
- set decoration by Yang Seung-dae
- genres: Drama, East Asian cinema, World cinema
- released on (19 years ago)
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The Fate of Cathleen. A Wicklow Story, by the Author of “The Collegians” [i.e. Gerald Griffin]. (1841)
” Why we are to assume that a petal is a modified leaf, or how it so distinctly appears that “ petals gradually ...
The Flowers Personified (1847)
by N. Cleaveland
Each separate leaf of the corolla is called a petal. The corolla is monopctalotu, when it consists of a single petal.
Language and the Lexicon (2016)
An Introduction by David Singleton
Petal, flower A petal is a part of a flower.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Gray Loasaceae Origins: Origins: From the Greek petalon "a petal" and cheilos "lip," the form Greek petalon "a petal" and onyx, onychos "a claw, ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
411, pertaining to a petal. PET'ALOUS, a. -11s, resembling a ...
pelalon, a petal.] One of the separate parts of a corolla (бод). petaliform (pëtäl 'îf'ôrm) a. [Gk. pelalon, petal; L. forma, shape] Petal-shaped ; petal-like ; petaloid ; petaline. ревнива (pët'äld) a. [Gk. petalon, a petal.] With petals; petaliferous ...
Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition of Terms in Biology, Botany, Zoology, Anatomy, Cytology, Embryology, Physiology by Isabella Ferguson Henderson, William Dawson Henderson
petalon, a petal.] One of the separate parts of a corolla (bot.). petaliform (pëtäl 'Ifôrm) a. [Gk. petalon, petal ; L. forma, shape.] Petal-shaped ; petal-like ; petaloid ; petal ine. petalled (pët'äld) a. [Gk. petalon, a petal.] With petals ; petaliferous ...
Comprising the Names, History, and Culture of All Plants Known in Britain; with a Full Explanation of Technical Terms by Sir Joseph Paxton, John Lindley
A petal holosericéa. . . Apetal Houstonianá . . Apetal Humboldtiana . Apetal hūmilis . . . . Apetal incănă, 14 . . . Apetal incanéseens . . A petal Jacquinii .
"J Shaped like a petal ...
A Pocket Botanical Dictionary, comprising the names, history, and culture of all plants known in Britain, with a full explanation of technical terms. By J. Paxton, assisted by Professor Lindley (1868)
by Sir Joseph Paxton
A petal 13 Mexico . is to QUERCUs, Linn. From the Celtic quer, fine, calycina . . . A petal 5, 20 S. Eur, . Ilex : Sûlyer: serratifolia . Apetal 5, H. Ev. T. QUARTz, a kind of crystal-like stone. QUASSIA ...
A petal often consists of two portions—the lower narrow, resembling the petiole of a leaf, and called the unguis or claw; the upper broader, like the blade of a leaf, and called the lamina or limb. These parts are seen in the petals of the ...
A Botanical Dictionary (1805)
Or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany by Colin Milne
a petal or coloured leaf of the flower. Vide C o ro L L a . PETIOLUS, (diminutive c pede, quasi pediolus.—'&y &>• lumella it is used for the fruit-stalk — " Petioli quibus pendent mala"/) — the foot-stalk of the leaves ...
Botanical Terminology; Or Dictionary Explaining the Terms Most Generally Employed in Systematic Botany (1826)
by G. N. Lloyd
a leaf is said to be cut when the clefts extend to the central rib ; a petal, when the division extends to the base. - Secundus (from sequundus, a sequendo, from following), a term used in expressing spikes and panicles ...
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- On a Petal
Photo credit: Jason Milich
- Texture of a petal..
Taken with EF100mm f2.8 Macro IS with Canon 7D.
Photo credit: ming1967
- A Droplet on a Petal
Photo credit: LukeAndrew94
- Pagoda Under a Petal Attack
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- Bumblebee eats a petal
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- Ant on a Petal
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- Smoothness on a Petal.
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- Reflecting Drop On A Petal
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- Fly on a Petal
about 3:1, then cropped. No id yet, but might be a Drosophila?
Photo credit: Bill Hails
- Arc on a petal
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- Holding a Petal
Schuykill River Park at Spruce and the Schuykill 7/29/08
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- Mutabilis, lost a petal.
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- Insect on a petal
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- Sitting on a petal
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- Water drops on a petal
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- Veins on a petal
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- From a petal of an orange lily
Best viewed in a larger size.
Photo credit: tanakawho
- Tiny vegetarian midge resting on a petal
Identified by John Carr as a female Ceratopogonidae, probably Dasyhelea. The adults of this genus of "Biting Midge" is a vegetarian, living on the nectar of flowers. It was about 3 mm long.
Photo credit: Martin Cooper Ipswich
- Soft as a Petal
seems to be glowing red
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- Raindrop on a petal
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