Bloom

Bloom or blooming may refer to:

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Leonard Bloom
... Leonard Bloom was a dentist / orthodontist and sports and entertainment executive in California ... Leonard Bloom, President and CEO of United States Capital Corporation, was the team's sole owner ... Bloom named the team the San Diego Conquistadors ...
Louise Bloom
... Louise Anne Bloom (born 7 April 1964) is a Liberal Democrat politician ... Louise Bloom is currently a member of Eastleigh Borough Council and a cabinet member for that authority ...
Lorcaserin - Clinical Trials - Phase III Clinical Trials - BLOOM
... BLOOM top line results were released on 30 March 2009 ... Measurements of efficacy using an intention to treat – last observation carried forward (ITT-LOCF), analysis showed that 47.5% of lorcaserin patients lost at least 5% of their body weight, compared to 20.3% for placebo ...
Adam Bloom
... Adam Bloom is a British comedian ... Bloom starred in the BBC Radio 4 show The Problem With Adam Bloom ...
Legolas - Adaptations
... Lord of the Rings movie trilogy (2001–2003), Legolas was portrayed by Orlando Bloom ... Due to technical mishaps involving Bloom's contact lenses, in the films Legolas' eye colour sometimes changes between brown, purple, and blue (In the Extended Edition of the movie, on the director's ... Bloom will reprise his role of Legolas in Jackson's upcoming film adaptation of The Hobbit (2012-2013) ...

Famous quotes containing the word bloom:

    The spring is here, young and beautiful as ever, and absolutely shocking in its display of reckless maternity; but the Judas tree will bloom for you on the Bosphorus if you get there in time. No one ever loved the dog-wood and Judas tree as I have done, and it is my one crown of life to be sure that I am going to take them with me to heaven to enjoy real happiness with the Virgin and them.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    To what good, in the alleys of the lilacs,
    O caliper, do you scratch your buttocks
    And tell the divine ingénue, your companion,
    That this bloom is the bloom of soap
    And this fragrance the fragrance of vegetal?
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    Loveliest of trees, the cherry now
    Is hung with bloom along the bough,
    —A.E. (Alfred Edward)