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- Bloom (novel) is a science fiction novel by Wil McCarthy.
- Bloom (store) is supermarket concept store run by Food Lion.
Bloom has a range of meaning all related to the appearance on a surface of a film or substance.
Bloom on fruit
The bloom on fruit such as plums or grapes is visible as a white or bluish covering. Once thought to be wild yeast cells, it is now known to be waxy coverings to the epithelial cells of the fruit, presumably intended to provide some protection from environmental damage.
Algal blooms are sudden population explosions in marine or freshwater algae. Thes can result in severe aesthehetic impacts and can cause toxic poisoning of fish and shellfish. Where blue-green algae are involved there are potential toxic risks to mammals including man. Algal blooms are often a sign of eutrophication or nutrient enrichment of the water body
Bloom -The movie
"Bloom" is a screen adaptation of James Joyce's Ulysses. It was released in cinemas in Ireland on April 16th, 2004 by Stoney Road Films and the DVD was released in September, 2004.
The director of the movie is Sean Walsh. The cast is formed by:
|Stephen Rea||....||Leopold Bloom|
|Angeline Ball||....||Molly Bloom|
|Hugh O'Conor||....||Stephen Dedalus|
|Eoin McCarthy||....||Blazes Boylan|
|Alvaro Lucchesi||....||Buck Mulligan|
|Maria Hayden||....||May Dedalus|
|Aideen McDonald||....||Veiled girl|
Also Known As:
Ulysses (Ireland: English title) (working title)
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