an alumroot, Heuchera sanguinea, of southwestern North America, having red, bell-shaped flowers, cultivated in many varieties.
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Why do people end sentences with “so”? What effect does it have on conversation?Welcome to Part II of our discussion on the word so. Last week we explored the sentence-initial so, and today we’ll be looking at ending sentences with so—a phenomenon called “the dangling so.” Despite its widespread usage, this construction seems to irk people even more than the sentence-initial so; there’s even a Facebook group called “I Hate People Who End Sentences with ‘so…'” Just to clarify, …
- coracoid process,
- coral calculus,
- coral fern,
- coral fungus,
- coral gables,
- coral honeysuckle
Origin of coral bells
First recorded in 1895–1900
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Examples from the Web for coral bells
The coral-bells (especially if blest by the priest) would scare away evil spirits from the child.Lancashire Folk-lore|John Harland