DAISIE

AcronymDefinition
DAISIEDelivering Alien Invasive Species Inventories for Europe
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This time she came upon a large flower-bed, with a border of daisies, and a willow-tree growing in the middle.
Well, Fred, I don't mind telling you that the secret is that I'm one of a noble race--it has been just found out by me this present afternoon, P.M." And as he made the announcement, Durbeyfield, declining from his sitting position, luxuriously stretched himself out upon the bank among the daisies.
There is nothing he will not promise the poor hungry human heart, with his innocent-looking daisies and those practised liars the birds.
A haycart had been decked with green vines and bunches of long-stemmed field daisies, those gay darlings of New England meadows.
You know no other daisies ( marguerites ) than those which your April greensward gives your cows to browse upon; while I, a poet, am hooted, and shiver, and owe twelve sous, and the soles of my shoes are so transparent, that they might serve as glasses for your lantern!
The night was so very still that one should have been able to hear the whisper of roses in blossom -- the laughter of daisies -- the piping of grasses -- many sweet sounds, all tangled up together.
The seventh road was a good road, and curved this way and that--winding through green meadows and fields covered with daisies and buttercups and past groups of shady trees.
He had already withdrawn his eye from the Peri, and was looking at a humble tuft of daisies which grew by the wicket.
It was much harder to find their way back through the big fields of buttercups and yellow daisies than it was being carried.
And this, despite the fact that Scraps out-bullied him and out-scaled him at least three times, and was as careless and unwitting of the weight of his legs or shoulders as a baby elephant on a lawn of daisies. Given his breath back again, Scraps was as ripe as ever for another frolic, and Michael was just as ripe to meet him.
We sat on a little strip of emerald grassland and before us was a sloping meadow all white with daisies.
Anne walked with him to the house up the brook, over a field that was as white as snow with daisies. A boat-load of people were singing far across the harbor.