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botanist

One skilled in botany, or versed in plant knowledge.
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The Botanist is one of three new restaurants opening at what is increasingly becoming Coventry's go-to dining destination.
Edwards appeared at Manchester Crown Court on Friday and was jailed for five years after earlier pleading guilty to attempted robbery at The Botanist and burglary at the Victoria Inn.
Address : OFFICE OF THE ECONOMIC BOTANIST III, WEST BENGAL Krishi Bhavan, P.
Laura Lax, prosecuting at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court, said the manager of the Botanist closed the premises in the early hours of April 26 this year and left the building secure.
The description of The Botanist on its website describes itself as a "secret garden".
Harriet Giles, business development manager at The Botanist said: "This Friendship Day we want our guests to remember those important people in their lives who they simply couldn't be without, celebrating that special bond with a delicious drink they didn't have to pay for.
The pub food will be similar to the Botanist menu centred around a rotisserie and grilled meats, as well a deli section.
We hope that it has been overlooked," said Chris Best, Texas state botanist for the Fish and Wildlife Service.
Botanist & Barrel is located on the former site of the old Wizard's Cauldron, which produced over 150 organic dressings, sauces and condiments for customers such as Whole Foods, Moosewood, and Albert's Organics.
The Botanist, part of the New World Trading Company, opened last week in St.
Eleanor Vachell (1879-1948) was brought up by a father who was a doctor and amateur botanist, who encouraged her interest from an early age.