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Noun1.Buxus - type genus of the Buxaceae
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
box family, Buxaceae, family Buxaceae - widely distributed evergreen shrubs and trees
boxwood, box - evergreen shrubs or small trees
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| Great Britain in Colour by Paul Farrell is published by Boxtree, priced PS20 Welsh Black Thick set, intensely black and fluffy haired, this prized Welsh breed of cattle stands out against the lush green lowland pastures.
Sad Animal Facts by Brooke Barker, with more than 150 adorable illustrations, is out now from Boxtree, PS9.99.
COLOURING FOR ADULTS | | As the trend continues, you have novelty books such as the mickey-taking C**p Colouring-In by Joe Summer (Boxtree, PS5.99), or the more serious hit Millie Marotta books, including Tropical Wonderland and Animal Kingdom (Batsford, PS9.99 each), vying against Johanna Basford's latest offering Lost Ocean (Laurence King, PS12.99).
* Sh-t My Dad Says, by Justin Halpern, is published by Boxtree, priced pounds 9.99.
FOR HIM S**t My Dad Says, by Justin Halpern (Boxtree, pounds 11.99) Watch out for this gem from 29-year-old Halpern, who started a Twitter page last year on the musings of his father.
WHAT if the hokey-cokey really IS what it's all about?If swimming is such fantastic exercise, why are whales so fat?If olive oil comes from squeezing olives, how do they make baby oil?* From A Little Book Of Dumb Questions, by Michael Powell, published by Boxtree, pounds 2.99.
'Crap Towns' is published by Boxtree, an imprint of Pan Macmillan, and is priced at GBP10.
For more information check out A Girl's Best Friend Is Her Money by Jasmine Birtles & Jane Mack (Boxtree pounds 12.99) or attend Jasmine's financial workshop in London on October.
A TV tie-in book linking the two dynasties, What the Tudors and Stuarts did for us by Adam Hart-Davis (Boxtree, 20 [pounds sterling]) sets out to show how early modern innovations, such as the printing press and the flushing toilet, changed the world.