manuka

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manuka

(ˈmɑːnuːkə)
n
(Plants) a New Zealand myrtaceous tree, Leptospermum scoparium, with strong elastic wood and aromatic leaves. Also called: red tea tree or kahikatoa
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I drew my bow and side-stepped from behind the manukas just as the bull took two more steps into a very small clearing.
To close the gap we had to go through several hundred yards of very thick manuka, a soft-needled, cedar-like bush that grows about 12 feet high, providing perfect cover for us--and the bull
Between us and the bull was a solid maze of manuka, preventing a shot.