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bosket

A grove; a thicket or small grouping of trees in a garden, park, or the like.
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To think of the years at Le Bosquet one must include Marthe.
A growing number of studies are showing that environmental stressors, including noise and chemical pollution, may affect children's behaviour and mental health, said Michelle Bosquet, a psychologist at Boston Children's Hospital, Fox news reported.
There is still a large capacity gap in professionals who can accurately and transparently measure and model terrestrial carbon," said Benoit Bosquet, of the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility at the World Bank.
Un boisement de faible etendue est dit bois, boqueteau ou bosquet selon son importance.
Fages was cleaned out off the ball with a shoulder to the head by Catalan Dragons forward Julian Bosquet in Perpignan.
CATALANS 40 SALFORD 6 NIALL EVALDS (TRY) AND JACK MURPHY (CONVERSION) COULD NOT STOP SALFORD CRASHING TO CATALANS, WHO HAD JULIEN BOSQUET (3MINS) SENT OFF
Through these two mandates, Clearstream's clients gain a new investment market in Philippines, and we gain peace of mind of a well-managed, consistent and secure post-trade infrastructure," said Mark Bosquet, Head of Network Management Domestic Markets of Clearstream.
Mark Bosquet, head of Network Management Domestic Markets at Clearstream, said, 'Given Africa's growth potential, our clients are showing an increasing interest for exposures to South African equities and currency investments.
Both restaurants are directed by Michelin-starred head chef Gilles Bosquet, who trained under Gordon Ramsay at The Connaught restaurant in London.
Merrer J, De Jonghe B, Golliot F, Lefrant JY, Raffy B, Barre E, Rigaud JP, Casciani D, Misset B, Bosquet C, Outin H, Brun-Buisson C, Nitenberg G; French Catheter Study Group in Intensive Care.