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or boo·jum tree  (bo͞o′jəm)
A deciduous tree (Fouquieria columnaris) native to northern Mexico and found chiefly in Baja California, having a thick tapering columnar trunk, slender spiny branches, and yellow flowers.

[After the Boojum, an imaginary character in the poem The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll.]
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a geometric pattern found on the surface of helium-3a species of tree native to Mexico
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References in classic literature ?
" 'But oh, beamish nephew, beware of the day, If your Snark be a Boojum! For then You will softly and suddenly vanish away, And never be met with again!'
"But if ever I meet with a Boojum, that day, In a moment (of this I am sure), I shall softly and suddenly vanish away-- And the notion I cannot endure!"
Though I have tried CBD oils for mental health problems such as anxiety, I wanted to know more about the state of the industry in Utah, so I turned to Dashiel Kulander and Britni King, cofounders of the Boojum Group, a cannabis (CBD) processing and consultation business in Heber, Utah for more information.
The Mexican street food from Boojum on Kevin Street in Dublin has been revealed as the top delivery choice for our hungry TDs and senators.
For instance, when we are told, "A boojum is larger than a dog," a further relation is derived in the opposite direction, "A dog is smaller than a boojum" without further training.
Among the most popular dishes ordered last year were Le Big Fernand from Big Fernand in Lille, Burritos from Dublin's Boojum, and the Five Guys Cheeseburger in London.
for the Snark and Finding the Boojum: Building Community Resilience
There is a riotous ragtag band of bold adventurers including the Banker, the Boy, the Butcher, the Baker, Mr Bellman, the Bandersnatch, the Boojum and the knitting Beaver, as they set off on an epic quest to catch the elusive Snark.
Take a trip to the theatre for The Hunting of the Snark Featuring puppetry, lashings of daftness and an original soundtrack, this summer production follows the Banker, the Boy, the Butcher, the Bellman, the Bandersnatch, the Boojum and the knitting Beaver in a retelling of the Lewis Carroll poem.
Snark or boojum?: Trends in the integration of psychology and Christianity.