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  • 1 bushes — ● bush, bushes nom masculin (anglais bush, broussailles, du latin boscus, bois) Formation végétale de l Afrique orientale, de l Australie et de Madagascar, adaptée à la sécheresse, dense, constituée par de petits arbustes et des arbres bas. ●… …

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  • 2 bushes — See: BEAT THE BUSHES …

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  • 3 bushes — See: BEAT THE BUSHES …

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  • 4 bushes — See: beat the bushes …

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  • 5 bushes — Смотри Вкладыши …

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  • 6 bushes — bʊʃ n. perennial plant which has woody stems and branches and ranges in height from very low to the size of a small tree, shrub; wilderness, outback; tuft; minor league …

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  • 7 BUSHES — …

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  • 8 Bushes Island — is an island on the New River at its confluence with the Greenbrier River between Bellepoint and Hinton in Summers County, West Virginia. See also *List of islands of West Virginia External links …

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  • 9 Bushes, Sacred —    The Lithuanians worshipped sacred bushes, a practice which appears to have been similar to the worship of Djin, the woodland spirits of Albania and Serbia …

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  • 10 Green Bushes — is an English folk song (Roud #1040) which is featured in the second movement of Ralph Vaughan Williams English Folk Song Suite and in Percy Grainger s Green Bushes (Passacaglia on an English Folksong). The melody is very similar to that of the… …

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  • 11 Fuckin' in the Bushes — Chanson par Oasis extrait de l’album Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants Sortie 28 Février 2000 Enregistrement Avril Août 1999 Château de La Colle Noire, France Durée 3:19 Genre …

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  • 12 Minor Cuts and Scrapes in the Bushes Ahead — Studio album by Omar Rodríguez López Released September 19, 2008 …

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  • 13 Under the Bushes Under the Stars — Infobox Album | Name = Under the Bushes Under the Stars Type = Album Artist = Guided by Voices Released = March 26 1996 Recorded = 1995 Genre = Indie rock Length = 55:45 (38:01 / 17:44) 61:20 (with bonus tracks) Label = Matador Records Producer …

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  • 14 beat\ the\ bushes — • beat the bushes • beat the brush v. phr. informal To try very hard to find or get something. The mayor was beating the bushes for funds to build the playground. Contrast: beat about the bush or beat around the bush …

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  • 15 do not grieve that rose-trees have thorns, rather rejoice that thorny bushes bear roses — Arab proverb. 1965 S. RADHAKRISHNAN ‘Failure of the UN and nuclear weapons’ (on http://www.indianembassy.org) We have to protect humanity against war. Peace is not the absence of war... It is the disarmament of minds that is called for. The… …

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  • 16 beat the bushes — phrasal : to scour or search through all likely or possible areas beating the bushes for promising talent * * * I informal search thoroughly I was out beating the bushes for investors to split the risk II see beat …

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  • 17 beat the bushes — also[beat the brush] {v. phr.}, {informal} To try very hard to find or get something. * /The mayor was beating the bushes for funds to build the playground./ Contrast: BEAT ABOUT THE BUSH or BEAT AROUND THE BUSH …

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  • 18 beat the bushes — also[beat the brush] {v. phr.}, {informal} To try very hard to find or get something. * /The mayor was beating the bushes for funds to build the playground./ Contrast: BEAT ABOUT THE BUSH or BEAT AROUND THE BUSH …

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  • 19 beat the bushes — American to try very hard to get or achieve something. She s not out there beating the bushes for a job she s just as happy not working …

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  • 20 beat the bushes (to) —  Search everywhere; aggressively market even in rural or unlikely places.  ► “These discounts invariably attract classic, value oriented investors who beat the bushes for dollars they can pick up for 80 cents.” (Barron’s, Oct. 23, 1995, p. 35) …

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