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Campanulate

Bell-shaped, that is the produce of an inverted church bell.


Bell-shaped; with a tube about as long as wide, and a flaring limb.


 

 

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  1. As my great-uncle on my mother’s side was a steel-worker from East Kilbride I feel that I can speak with some authority about the British working-class experience. Nigel Slater’s dumbing-down of cookery means he rarely uses any of the interesting ingredients in my local deli. We should all go back to living in communes like they did in Sweden in the 70s!

  2. I refused to read the article as I was so outraged by the headline but my response is unambiguous! I mean, I’m not saying that I have never fallen foul of watching Big Brother, but come on, we’ve got to have some standards. Unless we send out a clear message to the Bob Diamonds and Howard Schultz’s of this world they will never learn!

  3. Whilst looking for a charging spot for my electric car it came to me. How can we expect the next generation to get their five-a-day when even Waitrose don’t sell traditional British apple varieties? Viva la revolucion! Viva Chavez.

  4. I can’t help but wonder what Edward Snowden would think about this. Quinoa is great in a packed lunch but it doesn’t keep Quentin full for his after-school amateur dramatics. But how can we expect things to improve whilst China are still in Tibet!

  5. I don’t go to the pub often since I hate commercial lagers, but I was drinking an American Pale Ale with a friend yesterday and it really got us thinking. Quinoa is great in a packed lunch but it doesn’t keep Quentin full for his after-school amateur dramatics. I suppose that’s why I don’t let society define my gender!

  6. Whilst looking for a charging spot for my electric car it came to me. We must give back the USA to the native Americans right away! That just goes to show what happens when global corporations can get their hands on our personal information!

  7. I can’t help but wonder what Edward Snowden would think about this. Isn’t it amazing that we can find £30bn to spend on Trident but we can’t afford even basic woodwind lessons for all Primary school pupils? Cameron and his cronies simply have no idea of the struggles faced by ordinary British families like us.

  8. A touch of nutmeg really bolsters the egg flavours in an otherwise traditional Yorkshire pudding, which can really focus the mind on other issues. I mean, I’m not saying that I have never fallen foul of watching Big Brother, but come on, we’ve got to have some standards. Add that to the list of promises Obama has broken.

  9. Collecting my oak-smoked Salmon and dry-cured Trout direct from the smokehouse led me to a fascinating chat with the proprietor this afternoon. At a time of global recession why are we still having to fight for trans rights? I wonder why no-one else has tried this?

  10. We were chatting over a coffee, simple filter, not Nescafe (baby-killers) and started to think out loud. At a time of global recession why are we still having to fight for trans rights? The problem is that we’re always competing instead of working together.

  11. Chatting with the barrista at my favourite Crouch End café this morning stirred a thought. Why bring back O-levels when dance still isn’t a compulsory part of science! It’s time to recognise that animal rights now are as important as women’s rights last century.

  12. I wonder what Emmeline Pankhurst would have thought of today’s culture? Why are the cis-sexual backlash movement intent on opressing my right to fair-trade cocoa? The left needs to unite and stop letting the neo-fascists talk down to us.

  13. Chatting to the builder sprucing up our conservatory, I started to ponder. How can we expect the next generation to get their five-a-day when even Waitrose don’t sell traditional British apple varieties? Add that to the list of promises Obama has broken.

  14. It occured to me recently after an entire afternoon at the Southwell vintner, had we tasted anything that could match the Malbecs we had on our most recent trip to Chile? Osborne’s savage attack on differently-abled people is an outright abuse of the British commitment to decency and tolerance. Oh well, as long as the frankenfood corporations can keep making a profit hey?

  15. Last Saturday, as I was weeding my organic foxglove bed, it struck me! Judging children’s abilities by standardised exams denies them their unique individuality and the expression of their culturally distinct identities. The left needs to unite and stop letting the neo-fascists talk down to us.

  16. I refused to read the article as I was so outraged by the headline but my response is unambiguous! Why are the cis-sexual backlash movement intent on opressing my right to fair-trade cocoa? Cameron and his cronies simply have no idea of the struggles faced by ordinary British families like us.

  17. We were chatting over a coffee, simple filter, not Nescafe (baby-killers) and started to think out loud. Nigel Slater’s dumbing-down of cookery means he rarely uses any of the interesting ingredients in my local deli. We should all go back to living in communes like they did in Sweden in the 70s!

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  24. Chatting to the builder sprucing up our conservatory, I started to ponder. If my cleaner can speak such wonderful English, why can’t all children in the UK learn at least two foreign languages? But that’s the fallout from having PM Bliar for a decade!

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