incision

(redirected from tulip)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: split
References in periodicals archive ?
Data from TULIP 1 and TULIP 2 will be submitted for presentation at a forthcoming medical meeting.
"We are delighted to be the Official Florist of the Canadian Tulip Festival for another wonderful year," says Sue McDonald, Director of Public Relations and Corporate Sponsorship at Bloomex Canada.
Dr Antonis Nicandrou of the Friends of the Polemi Tulip, who is hugely knowledgeable about the blooms and their history on the island, will be on hand to answer any questions.
PSLO director Huang Li-yuan said that this year a total of nearly 70,000 tulip bulbs of nearly 20 varieties and diverse colors, along with 2,000 red, purple, yellow, and pink hyacinths, will liven up the Western Garden area and the neighboring Tingqing District.
Since it first opened in 2007, the Tulip Garden has steadily become one of Kashmir's major attractions, with visitors timing their trips to the region to coincide with the flowers' short blooming season.
At the spring exhibition will be presented 80 000 colors, more than 250 varieties of tulips of various shapes and colors.
Everland has prepared various outdoor performances during the Tulip Festivals too.
November is the month to put down tulip bulbs, a little later than other spring bulbs.
The tulips we grow have been bred over hundreds of years to give a broad and glamorous range of blooms.
-Var of aerial tulip carpet which was newly opened by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality
Though most of us associate the tulip with the Netherlands, it was not until the late 16th century that the bulbs that almost led to the collapse of its whole society arrived in the country.
GOLDEN TULIP Mena has opened up Golden Tulip Bishkek in the capital of Kyrgyzstan, becoming the first four-star international hotel in the area.