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- ‘These findings agree with Sousa and Rudd, who mention bracteolate flowers for Styphnolobium and ebracteolate flowers for Sophora s.s.’
- ‘The Costa Rican material better concords with tribe Cheloneae sensu Thieret, characterized by bracteolate, cymose or racemose inflorescences and sterile posterior stamen filaments.’
- ‘The most important differential characteristics of the section Trionychon are branched stems, bracteolate flowers, an entire and campanulated calyx, a blue or purple corolla, white anthers, and the stigma usually white.’
- ‘The flowers are regular, bisexual and borne in bracteolate, joined pedicels in axillary cymes.’
- ‘Racemes are rather loose and open, the flowers widely spaced on minutely bracteolate pedicels mostly 4-10 mm long.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.