At the start of spring while many plantation drives are continuing, the bright yellow wild flowers at roadsides of Faizabad, picturesque scenery of Shakarparian, Rose and Jasmine Garden, Pir Sohawa and some points of Dama-e-Koh allure visitors and compel them to visit recreational spots and enjoy the glimpses of nature.
What does BRY stand for?
BRY stands for Bright Yellow
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- Be Right With You
- Big Red X (game)
- Brevis radix (gene of Arabidopsis thaliana)
- BrightRoll Exchange (San Francisco, CA)
- Bronze Cross (lifesaving)
- Bureau for External Relations (UNESCO)
- Business Referral Exchange
- Berry Petroleum Co. (stock symbol; Denver, CO)
- Bogside Republican Youth (Ireland)
- Boca Raton Youth Athletic Association (Boca Raton, FL)
- Boca Raton Youth Baseball (Florida)
- Barents Regional Youth Council (Norway)
- Black Rock Yacht Club (Australia)
- Bognor Regis Yacht Club (Bognor Regis, West Sussex, England, UK)
- Braddock Road Youth Club (Springfield, VA)
- Brussels Royal Yacht Club
- Bush River Yacht Club (Abingdon, MD)
- Bardstown Road Youth Cultural Center (Louisville, KY)
- Building Resources Yielding Cultural Change (Louisville, KY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The bright yellow structure in the middle is the path of the droplet, which becomes smaller as it burns.
Andrews's, Humboldt, explains that the green patches are mostly wheat and oat fields that have yet to turn golden yellow; the bright yellow are canola and the lavender blue are not rivers but flax fields.
Using a telescope on Earth, they've spotted two large features that look like bright yellow, banana-shaped objects facing each other, deep in outer space.
It will use an exclusive image of the famous bright yellow character on a pair of limited-edition trainers.
Bright yellow daffodils (or jonquils, as they're called in these parts) brighten the hillsides every spring on the 700-acre home of the Dominican Sisters of St.