Hanging garden

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a garden sustained at an artificial elevation by any means, as by the terraces at Babylon.

See also: Garden, Hanging

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At Notre-Dame it was a tiny cell situated on the roof of the side aisle, beneath the flying buttresses, precisely at the spot where the wife of the present janitor of the towers has made for herself a garden, which is to the hanging gardens of Babylon what a lettuce is to a palm-tree, what a porter's wife is to a Semiramis.
Now the UK's biggestselling crime writer, Rankin was struggling for cash when he wanted to include verses from the band's lyrics in his novel The Hanging Garden.
The Hanging Garden is the unabridged audiobook adaptation of the ninth book in the Inspector Rebus series.
Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature and long lauded as Australia's greatest novelist, Patrick White penned The Hanging Garden in the twilight of his life.
Fitted with a unique irrigation and plant feeding system, local school students were invited for the inauguration and a site tour to demonstrate the benefits of the hanging garden in tackling green issues.
The hotel is now open and this morning local schoolchildren visited for a tour during which they were taught about the benefits of the hanging garden in tackling green issues.
The site of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Hanging Garden of Babylon, has never been found because researchers have been looking in the wrong place, an expert has said.
He tells how artist Damien Hirst wanted to cover the Olympic stadium with ivy and call it the Hanging Garden, but pulled out because of the involvement of Dow Chemical, the firm linked to the Bhopal gas tragedy which killed thousands of Indians in 1984.
Exotic gardens and flowers, their colours and perfumes are woven through the pages, contrasting with the straggly weedy specimen of a plant that Zahara brings to the Hanging Garden of Babylon, a most unlikely 'Flower of Heaven'.
There was Crash, about sex and car wrecks, then Kissed about sex with dead bodies and now The Hanging Garden, which is about sex AND dead bodies.
Canadian directors have been making a splash in London lately with films such as Kissed, The Hanging Garden, Lilies and The Sweet Hereafter.
The British/Canadian film, The Hanging Garden, tells the story of William, who returns home for his sister's wedding 10 years after he disappeared from his family's life.