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Use "sunflowers" in a sentence
"So they would have to have these creatures, which I call sunflowers, which I imagine living on the surface of Europa, would have to have either lenses or mirrors to concentrate sunlight, so they could keep themselves warm on the surface."
"Much as I dislike the odious double-chinned oik, Guido's photo captioned "New LibDem frontbench team", with the small girls surrounded by fake sunflowers, is genuinely amusing."
"When I attend a recent hunt, Labry explains that he plants 35 acres in sunflowers, and then, two weeks before the opener, runs a combine through them, leaving narrow rows for the 40 or more hunters on his guest list to hide in."