BUSH


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BUSHBushtit (bird species)
BUSHBuy US Here (1960s government contracting program)
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Bush Milton had gone off to town and her mother to the house of a neighbor.
The tale was told of old Brouwer, a most heretical disbeliever in ghosts, how he met the Horseman returning from his foray into Sleepy Hollow, and was obliged to get up behind him; how they galloped over bush and brake, over hill and swamp, until they reached the bridge; when the Horseman suddenly turned into a skeleton, threw old Brouwer into the brook, and sprang away over the tree-tops with a clap of thunder.
She danced out the side door, pulled a pink rose from a bush at the gate, and covered the mile between the brick house and the seat of learning in an incredibly short time, meeting Emma Jane, also breathless and resplendent, at the entrance.
He was under every tree, behind every stump, in every bush, and at every window, on the plantation.
cadeau,' clamorously, the moment she sees me: you beat about the bush.
The robin flew down from his tree-top and hopped about or flew after her from one bush to another.
Stay you behind this bush and I will soon get some rare sport out of him.
Remember always that there may be an enemy behind every bush, in every tree and amongst every clump of jungle grass.
An almost noise- less and blinding flash of light, and a man fell headlong and lay still; and as the unseen shaft of heat passed over them, pine trees burst into fire, and every dry furze bush became with one dull thud a mass of flames.
But repulsive as it might otherwise have been, I now regarded it as an invaluable treasure, and proceeded with great care to transfer this paste-like mass to a large leaf which I had plucked from a bush beside me.
my dear cousin, hear reason, and leave the management of the sugar- bush to me.
There were also three kinds of currants, one very large and well tasted, of a purple color, and growing on a bush eight or nine feet high.