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bush

1
1. a dense woody plant, smaller than a tree, with many branches arising from the lower part of the stem; shrub
2. a dense cluster of such shrubs; thicket
3. 
a. an uncultivated or sparsely settled area, esp in Africa, Australia, New Zealand, or Canada: usually covered with trees or shrubs, varying from open shrubby country to dense rainforest
b. (as modifier): bush flies
4. a forested area; woodland
5. a fox's tail; brush

bush

2
a thin metal sleeve or tubular lining serving as a bearing or guide

Bush

1. George. born 1924, US Republican politician; vice president of the US (1981--89): 41st president of the US (1989--93)
2. his son, George W(alker.) born 1946, US Republican statesman: 43rd president of the US (from 2001)
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Karen Bushy has been a dedicated public servant in Oak Brook and DuPage County for over 30 years and has helped to shape Oak Brook into a recognized, viable community.
He had stubble, quite a big nose and bushy eyebrows.
Like the Americans, the British want bushy trees which can be festooned with decorations.
The operations and products made at Bushy Park, which include approximately 140 staff, have been integrated into the company's performance pigments group.
A protein known as actin forms much of this cytoskeleton, which can look like a bushy spray of fibers.
Read as bushy hair or fur, they promise to be invitingly soft, warm, and luxuriant.
The latest picture released by French police is of a man with long, dark hair covering his ears, a flat nose and bushy eyebrows.
Few plants give a brighter or longer display of flowers than the bushy Lavatera.
Including the expansions in Bushy Park, these plans represent more than 20,000 tons increased capacity for Bayer's rubber chemicals.
Just one year later in October of 2003 the first phase of Highway 2000 was opened, commonly known as the Old Harbour bypass and stretching for some 13 km from Bushy Park to Sandy Bay, and included Jamaica's first toll plaza.
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Trim herbaceous geraniums using a pair of shears to remove faded flowers, helping the plants to remain bushy and, in many cases, produce a second flush of flowers later in the summer or early autumn.