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bush

Drug slang 
A regional term for:
(1) Cocaine.
(2) Marijuana.

Herbal medicine
Any of a number of plants used for healing properties, some of which are botanically defined as bushes.

Sexology
Slang for ungroomed or cut pubic hair of the pudendal region, especially of females.

bush

a low woody perennial plant with branches at or near ground level.
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of Newman, 23[degrees]02'17"S, 118[degrees]40'57"E (WAM [T116772.sup.DNA-Vouclier-T116772]; GenB-COI-KJ744855); 1 specimen (age unknown), Murray Hill, Mulga Downs Station, Ecologia project 1142 (IBRA_PIL), 22[degrees]07'28.89"S, 118[degrees]31'04.98"E, 21 April-25 May 2009, N.
Cinsellige bakisin degismesi ve cinsel ozgurluge dogru gidisle birlikte, mulga kanunda yer alan hukum, kadin onurunu asagilayan bir hukum haline gelmisti.
We headed off north through yet more vast wheat fields broken by mallee and mulga scrub and salt flats.
Protesting Alyawarr are carving a new community from mulga scrub three kilometres from Ampilatwatja - just outside an area prescribed under the intervention - at a place called Honeymoon Bore, 350 kilometers north-east of Alice Springs.
Steward, 1998.Australia mulga ecosystems-C and N natural abundances and their ecophysiological significance.
As stated by a Kurruma elder, after the blade has been manufactured, wood is gathered, usually from mulga or similar Acacia species, and hardened/straightened in a fire similar to the way wooden tipped spears are manufactured.
(10) In an interview, Doris Pilkington explains that Windamarra is the traditional name for the Mulga tree that grows widely throughout the Pilbara and other regions.
Only one documented instance of a potential plant refugium maintained by animals is known: that of the termite created soils around Mulga (Acacia aneura) logs (Tongway et at, 1989).
Aborigines would often talk longingly about the days of their "hard law," but sometimes the need for peace saw them merciful to the point of negligence, especially when it came to a damaged chattel such as a woman bleeding at the end of a long mulga stick.
She preferred in her translation the term Mulga over against Putra.