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Then, there was the showstopper: 1,000 lit up elderflowers, a bright homage to the botany that makes up St-Germain liqueur.
In the first, dangerous botany embodies patriarchal anxieties over female access to education and wisdom.
From botany to biology to chemistry and on, each chapter explains the many sciences in making alcohol.
And the San Diego Natural History Museum, which coordinated local efforts, gained its own distinction when its botany curator, Jon Rebman, became one of the top identifiers, confirming more than 10,000 species observations.
The novelist suffers no such injunction, but most of them don’t know beans about botany.
As sociologist Johnson documents, Hosack went on to establish the nation's first botanical garden—the Elgin Botanic Garden—in the place that is now Rockefeller Center and to launch the American era of botany.
But the word has taken some curious turns beyond botany.
The group of fourth- and fifth-grade students were offering lessons on engineering, gravity, aerodynamics, botany, the moon landing and other topics, making one of the rooms of the Boys and Girls Club of Elgin a makeshift exhibition hall.
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Definition of botany for English Language Learners
: a branch of science that deals with plant life
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