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bouquet

 [boo-ka´]
a structure resembling a cluster of flowers.

bou·quet

(bū-kā'),
A cluster or bunch of structures, especially of blood vessels, suggesting a bouquet.
[Fr.]

bou·quet

(bū-kā')
A cluster or bunch of structures, especially of blood vessels, suggesting a bouquet.
[Fr.]

bouquet

a structure resembling a cluster of flowers.
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Through such work, the class can, I believe, move "beyond mere assertion of identity," as Boquet and Lerner urge us to do(185).
Beyond the educational component of the program, Boquet evidences a strong emotional component as well.
The Croix du Boquet field hospital had the basics to deal with most patients, though some of the more complicated cases were sent to another hospital or to a location for chronic diseases.
Fr Cooke met Violet Boquet in 1994 in his parish of Sharpsburg.
However, Boquet and others (1973) reported that microbially mediated calcite formation was a common occurrence and postulated that under suitable conditions, most bacteria are capable of forming calcite crystals.
Near Giant Mountain in the Adirondacks, a 21-year-old man swimming in the rain-swollen Boquet River gorge was swept away by swift currents.
While another (untitled) chart details costumes for the 1753 performance of "Les Sibarites" at Fontainebleau, a few illustrations of these or other costumes by their famous designer, Louis-Rene Boquet, would have greatly enlivened this information.
To create a rustic feel, select stones with a varied surface texture and rounded edges, such as Boquet Canyon or silvery gray water-washed flagstone (pictured at right and on page 92.
Such an atmosphere counters what Elizabeth Boquet (2002) describes in Noise from the Writing Center: "We [writing center tutors and administrators] must imagine a liminal zone where chaos and order coexist.
I have spoken and written elsewhere on its most recent turns (see Boquet 2015) but I have not, until now, connected my current work to my first semester teaching, to the sorrowful experience of that first troubled class.