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(ˈbɒskɪt) or


(Forestry) a clump of small trees or bushes; thicket
[C18: from French bosquet, from Italian boschetto, from bosco wood, forest; see bush1]

Bosk, Bosquet, Bosket, Boscage

 a grove or plantation of shrubs or trees, 1737.
Examples: bosk of flowers, 1878; of holly, 1833; of laurel, 1833; of shrubs, 1737; of trees, 1737; of wildernesses, 1847.
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With the wheels, it does not matter how much the bosket weights.
For example, the highly publicized William Bosket case in New York in 1978 provoked an immediate legislative response that lowered the age of criminal responsibility to 13 for murder and 14 for violent crimes.
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.
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We expected the worst, but he fought back,'' said Deputy Ron Bosket of the Sheriff's Department Missing Persons Bureau.
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Seed were planted on 18 April 1995 (Test 1) at one location on a mixed soil type (a Bosket very fine sandy loam and a Dundee very fine sandy loam) and on 10 May 1995 for the second location on Dundee silty clay (Test 2).
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