African Bush

Regionally used slang for marijuana
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They are more than 3,000 miles from Scotland and surrounded by thousands of square miles of African bush.
It captures the heat and dust of the African bush, allowing audiences a glimpse of an ancient natural world, delicately poised for survival in the 21st century.
You'll join a journey with a family living in the heart of the African bush and uncover nature's survival strategies.
Villagers in the African bush know no boundaries and wander where they like following their herds of cattle, goats and camels.
Raised in the African bush by her anthropologist parents Chip (Flynn)and Betsy (Gasteyer), she has always been home tutored and has never had to endure high school rituals.
Raised in the African bush by her anthropologist parents, Chip and Betsy, she has always been home tutored and has never had to endure the rituals of the high school.
But Alison clinched the part of English heroine Elizabeth Maitland after an audition in London - and days later was filming deep in the African bush.
By not hiding but highlighting the inevitable culture clash involved in such an enterprise the programme was more human, and therefore more effective, than Billy Connolly coming over all sanctimonious in the African bush. And the bottom line is a lot more children like Hemaram will be able to see thanks to the efforts of these two self-styled 'Manc chancers'.
Syma, 25, saved the lives of her 12 companions when rebels riddled their minibus with bullets in the African bush.
They will be rehoused in large enclosures at the new Born Free Education and Rescue Centre in the Shamwari game reserve.A spokesman said: ''They will have more space to roam amid the tall grasses and acacia trees of their African bush enclosure and a warmer climate will soothe the arthritic condition of Rikki and Gilda.
Vacuous vet Danny (Stephen Tompkinson) is still spending most of his time staring dreamily at the South African bush spouting daft nonsense like: "I'm drunk on this place."
Raised in the African bush by her anthropologist parents Chip (Flynn) and Betsy (Gasteyer), she has always been home-tutored and has never had to endure the rituals of high school.
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