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Pride of Table Mountain, noun phrase

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See quotation 1888.
The rare and beautiful red disa Disa uniflora of the Orchidaceae; its carmine flowers; red disa, see disa sense b; also called disa (sense a).
1869 R. Noble Cape & its People 261Singly or in masses, the ‘Pride of Table Mountain’, fondly named so by Capeites, is a magnificent representative of Flora, and many are the pilgrimages made to her shrine on the top of the mountain during the flowering season.
1985 A. Tredgold Bay between Mountains 16The Pride of Table Mountain, the red disa, finds its home there too in the False Bay mountains in damp shady places.
The rare and beautiful red disa Disa uniflora of the Orchidaceae; its carmine flowers; red disa, see disab; also called disa (sense a).

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