garrigue

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garrigue

(ɡariɡ)
n
(Plants) a variant spelling of garigue
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The presidents also visited sights connected to the first president of Czechoslovakia,Tomaacutescaron Garrique Masaryk, to commemorate the centenary.Slovak President Andrej Kiska and his Czech counterpart, Miloscaron Zeman, took a symbolic ride on a vintage train from the Czech town of Hodoniacuten to the Slovak town of Topo#318#269ianky (Nitra Region) on July 29.Both towns have a symbolic meaning, as Hodoniacuten was the birthplace of first Czechoslovak President Tomaacutescaron Garrique Masaryk, and Czechoslovak presidents used to have a summer residence in Topo#318#269ianky.
KIPPEN Prior Notification for forestry-related building works (non-residential) atThe Garrique, Glinns Road FK8 3JN for Mr Nander Robertson.
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The soils and topography of the region are described as well as the major types of vegetation such as the Maquis, Garrique, and Steppe.
Populations were sampled from maritime sand dunes in southern Spain and (south)western Portugal (PP, LR, CA, VNM, CC, NAZ), from ruderal inland habitats in northwestern and central Spain (SD, LA, MON, GF), and from within an area of littoral garrique (i.e., secondary, sclerophyllous plant formations) and old fields in southern France (HER).