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grass tree

1. any plant of the Australian genus Xanthorrhoea, having a woody stem, stiff grasslike leaves, and a spike of small white flowers: family Xanthorrhoeaceae. Some species produce fragrant resins
2. any of several similar Australasian plants

Grass Tree

 

any one treelike monocotyledonous plant of the genus Xanthorrhoea. In a broader sense, a special life-form to which are assigned the genera Xanthorrhoea, Kingia, Dasypo-gon, and Pandanus. (The first three genera are in the family Xanthorrhoeaceae.)

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Susan said: "This is my daughter, Robyn, totally enjoying the fact that the Black Boy fountain was completely overflowing.
categories differentially position each individual" (Collins and Bilge 2016, 8), with a specific focus on Black boys and girls in newly desegregated schools.
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The black boy taught the white boy about the traditions of his people and how to speak his Mzezuru language.
Synopsis: Set in Daytona Beach, Florida, "White Sugar, Brown Sugar" is the story of an upper middle-class white boy from the peninsula, or beach-side, of the Inland Waterway, and a black boy of lesser means, who lives west of the railroad tracks, where Blacks were required to live, become good friends, in spite of the racial separation in effect in the 60's in the south.
All were provided at the historic Black Boy Inn within the walled town of Caernarfon.
The settings and characters in Black Boy White School are authentic, dialog is genuine, and feelings are real.
A black boy makes a trip to town on a bus with his grandmother on a hot day.
"The third pub, the Black Boy in Low Moorsley, near Hetton-le-Hole, had been vacant for almost three years and was in a poor state of internal repair.