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    bleeding heart
  • garden plant having deep-pink drooping heart-shaped flowers
  • someone who is excessively sympathetic toward those who claim to be exploited or underprivileged
  • Bleeding Heart is a posthumous live album by Jimi Hendrix released officially in 1994 by Castle Communications.
  • Any of a number of plants that have heart-shaped flowers, typically pink or red, in particular
  • A person considered to be dangerously softhearted, typically someone considered too liberal in political beliefs
  • Facts provided or learned about something or someone
  • a message received and understood
  • A formal criminal charge lodged with a court or magistrate by a prosecutor without the aid of a grand jury
  • What is conveyed or represented by a particular arrangement or sequence of things
  • knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
  • formal accusation of a crime
  • bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
  • reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
  • a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
bleeding heart flower information - Golden Bleeding
Golden Bleeding Heart 30 Seed-Corydalis-Shade Perennial
Golden Bleeding Heart 30 Seed-Corydalis-Shade Perennial
Corydalis lutea is one of the workhorses of the shady garden. In bloom from April through November, the delicate foliage and clusters of soft yellow flowers add a graceful touch to the garden. Selfseeds in a manageable way. One of my top ten perennials. This species of Corydalis (also called yellow fumitory or yellow corydalis) is a woodland perennial which typically forms a mound of ferny, medium green foliage to 15 inches tall and 18 inches wide and produces bright yellow, short-spurred flowers (3/4 inches long) in axillary racemes over a long May to September bloom period. Leaves are 2 or 3 pinnate with distinctive 3-lobed leaflets and resemble those of bleeding heart (Dicentra) to which it is related. Hardy in zones 5-9. Grows in shade or part-shade.

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RIP Sean...11.27.07
RIP Sean...11.27.07
Sean Taylor Dies in Miami By Amy Shipley and Jason La Canfora Washington Post Staff Writers Tuesday, November 27, 2007; 2:43 PM MIAMI, Nov. 27 -- Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor died early Tuesday from the gunshot wound he suffered a day earlier in his Miami home. "He did not make it through the night," said Taylor's attorney, Richard Sharpstein, who called the incident "a ridiculous, unnecessary tragedy." Taylor, 24, a Pro Bowl safety whose rocky first years in the NFL had given way to what teammates called a newfound maturity, died at Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he had been taken after being shot once in the leg early Monday morning. Police are investigating the incident as a possible home invasion. Sharpstein said he was informed of the death by Taylor's father, Pedro Taylor, who called him around 5 a.m. with the news. He told CNN that the elder Taylor "was overwrought with grief and called me to tell me that Sean was with God . . . They're just overcome at this particular point with the loss of a son and father and friend and just an incredible person." The bullet severed Taylor's femoral artery, causing massive blood loss. He underwent seven hours of surgery, and there were some initially optimistic signs after he emerged from the operation early Monday evening. Described at first as "unresponsive and unconscious," Taylor had squeezed a doctor's hand and made facial expressions, Redskins officials and a family friend said, providing some hope. But the trauma proved too great. The bleeding could not be stopped, only curbed a bit, Sharpstein said. Taylor died at 3:30 a.m. Eastern time Tuesday, Miami-Dade Police spokesman Alvaro Zubaleta told reporters. He said police are trying to determine whether there is any connection between the shooting early Monday and a break-in at the home Nov. 18. Zubaleta described the break-in as a burglary. The spokesman said police do yet have descriptions of any suspects. Taylor died surrounded by some family members, said Donald Walker, a family friend. "Things turned for the worse," Walker said by phone from Taylor's mother's house around 6 a.m. There "seemed like a lot of hope after he responded to the doctor's command. But he lost a lot of blood." Redskins Park was mostly quiet Tuesday morning as grim-faced team officials trickled into work. A small bouquet of white flowers had been placed at the main entrance, and flags were lowered to half-staff. Fans, who had gathered Monday with candles, returned Tuesday morning to huddle near Taylor's parking spot. "This is the worst imaginable tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sean's family," Redskins owner Daniel Snyder said in a statement posted on the team's Web site. The team's brief statement said Taylor's family had notified the team "that Taylor passed away." Roger Goodell, commissioner of the National Football League, said in a statement, "The entire NFL is deeply saddened by the death of Sean Taylor. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to Sean's family, friends, teammates and the Redskins' organization. This is a terrible tragedy involving the loss of a young man who leaves behind many people struggling to understand it." He said Taylor will be honored at all NFL games this weekend. Taylor's father also released a statement Tuesday, thanking medical staff and others for their support. He also said, "Many of his fans loved him because the way he played football. Many of his opponents feared him the way he approached the game. Others misunderstood him, many appreciated him and his family loved him." No arrests have been made in the case, and police have released little information. Sharpstein has provided details in various interviews. He said Taylor and his fiancee, Jackie Garcia, were asleep with their 18-month-old daughter when they were awakened by noises in the house. Taylor reached for a machete or other form of knife he keeps nearby in case of emergency, Sharpstein said. He told CNN that Taylor then locked the door of the bedroom, but an intruder kicked the door in and fired twice, striking Taylor once in the upper leg. Garcia and child were uninjured. Redskins vice president of football operations Vinny Cerrato said Taylor's fiancee tried to call police from the house line, only to discover that the line had been cut. She had to use her cellphone to call 911, which delayed the response time. "This was a deliberate attack," Cerrato said without elaborating. Miami-Dade police responded to the 911 call at about 1:40 a.m. Monday at Taylor's home in an upscale suburb known as Palmetto Bay, a police spokesman said. Taylor was airlifted to the hospital's trauma unit, but Sharpstein said the NFL star was "pretty much gone" from the rapid and massive amount of blood lost in the minutes after he was shot. No further surgical procedures had been planned for Taylor. Doct
A Gathering of Hearts
A Gathering of Hearts
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bleeding heart flower information
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Bleeding Hearts: A Novel
Michael Weston is paid well to do his work and ask no questions. When you're a professional assassin, total secrecy is part of the job. But after a successful mission in London, the police are immediately on his tail. How did they know how to find him? And who is his anonymous employer? Why did he or she want his target, a TV reporter, killed? Was he set up from the start? The questions lead Weston to his nemesis Hoffer, a private detective who has been hunting him for years. Ever since Weston accidentally killed an innocent American girl, her grieving father has employed Hoffer on a relentless mission to bring Weston to justice. Could Hoffer finally have set a snare that worked? Weston sets out to find his mysterious employer, traveling from London to Glasgow to Seattle-even if it means encountering Hoffer face-to-face at last. With the brilliant eye for character and taut pacing that have made him an internationally renowned bestseller, Ian Rankin delivers a gripping story that examines what happens when the assassin becomes the target, and proves yet again that "in Rankin, you cannot go wrong" (Boston Globe).