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BOTBiotronic Operational Telecommunicator (Transformers cartoon)
BOTBlanket Open Test Assembly
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BOTBroad Operational Task
BOTBand of Thieves
BOTBureau of Treasury (Philippines)
References in classic literature ?
I am nearly sure --but I have a book of Indian Botany here--" He took a volume from the book-shelves, and turned the leaves with trembling fingers.
come back from Botany Bay; and years have rolled away, and who's to gain by it?
The books were of the most varied kind, history, geography, politics, political economy, botany, geology, law, all relating to England and English life and customs and manners.
Grimworth would have people coming from Botany Bay to settle in it, if things went on in this way.
And yet, if it were not for the loss of the charming companionship of the boys, I could rejoice over my own misfortune, for, with my strong tastes for botany and zoology, I find an unlimited field of work here, and my sister is as devoted to Nature as I am.
In the strife of ferocious parties, human nature always finds itself cherished; as the children of the convicts at Botany Bay are found to have as healthy a moral sentiment as other children.
Nevertheless, when he saw Katharine among the orchids, her beauty strangely emphasized by the fantastic plants, which seemed to peer and gape at her from striped hoods and fleshy throats, his ardor for botany waned, and a more complex feeling replaced it.
She told them that she had taken up the study of botany since her daughter married, and it was wonderful what a number of flowers there were which she had never seen, although she had lived in the country all her life and she was now seventy-two.
I had indeed, my dear,' said Mrs Nickleby; 'not including your poor papa, or a young gentleman who used to go, at that time, to the same dancing school, and who WOULD send gold watches and bracelets to our house in gilt-edged paper, (which were always returned,) and who afterwards unfortunately went out to Botany Bay in a cadet ship--a convict ship I mean--and escaped into a bush and killed sheep, (I don't know how they got there,) and was going to be hung, only he accidentally choked himself, and the government pardoned him.
Dr Safdar Ali Mirza, the Chairperson of GCU Botany Department, said that DNA barcoding also would help mark invasive species at earlier stages which can upset ecosystem balance of the area.
Among them two projects from Department of Botany, University of Karachi were short listed and secured first and 6th position.