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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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All God's Children: The Bosket Family and the Tradition of American Violence.
We expected the worst, but he fought back,'' said Deputy Ron Bosket of the Sheriff's Department Missing Persons Bureau.
The concentration of the active zone into a long rhythmical bosket, the idea of the physical connection of the western and eastern parts and numerous proposed demolitions received criticism.
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Luke Bosket, from the AA, said: "When it has been raining heavily for days on end then common sense tells you that verges are going to be very soft.
Talks were given by Marti Severt (The Netherlands) and Professor Diego Bosket (Argentina) *The Russian seminar on The Music Library Today: Achievements and Problems (Russian State Library) took place in March.
Deputy Public Defender Mitch Bruckner questioned Los Angeles County sheriff's Detective Ron Bosket about a report by patrol Deputy Jonathan Stanbook, a fire investigation report by Sgt.
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