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At the west end are 15th-century pews with poppyhead carving.
One of the pews in the church is carved with a poppyhead and a parrot.
In the gable of the porch is a poppyhead, and on its apex stands a cross finial.
Unfortunately, in the 1990s the large poppyhead on the top of the spire became unsafe and was removed which has lessened the visual impact.
The choir stalls are decorated with pierced friezes, and have poppyhead finials.
The poppyhead form of B ornament now reached perfection and was constantly used enc for seats other than those of the choir.
The lectern and double-decker pulpit both date from the 17th century, as do the poppyhead carvings on the nave pews.
These include the pews with poppyhead ends, the stone font, the stone pulpit, and the wooden chancel screen.
Yet air attacks will not remove Saddam Hussein, the pundits agree, and greasing the maximum leader with smart bombs is a poppyhead's dangerous "pipe dream" (Al Hunt, CNN's Capital Gang ).
As Mr. Koller points out, the word Heptacodium ("hepta" being Greek for seven and "codium" meaning poppyhead) refers to the single flowers that are "born in a tiered six-flowered whorl that is terminated by a flower."
The quite simple fleur-de-lys form of poppyhead, suitable for the village, is seen in perfection at Trunch, Norfolk, and the very elaborate form when the poppyhead springs from a crocketed circle filled in with sculpture, at St Nicholas, King's Lynn.