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botanist

One skilled in botany, or versed in plant knowledge.
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But now property firm Savills say the date for The Botanist to take possession of the unit will be next month, ready for opening by November.
The council's director of economic growth, Steve Park, said: "Landing The Botanist was a statement of intent for the scheme and sets both the ambition and the standard that we are aiming for, in terms of quality restaurant operators.
Eliza was a very keen and knowledgeable field botanist.
The former Labour councillor's son Jamie, 41, also a botanist, went missing while on a plantcollecting expedition in Vietnam in October 2013.
The Gin Journey will see him visit The Botanist bars in six different cities and towns, covering 400 miles in just 15 hours.
A riff on the Gin Sour, The Bold Botanist features strong notes of jumper, a plant that is found in abundance at the Canyon.
A spokesman for The Botanist said: "The Botanist is in planning stages at the moment to see what might be possible.
A number of students and renowned botanists from all over the Pakistan attended the symposium.
The botanist added: "He then confirmed that it was a new subspecies, which showed several similarities with Hoya meliflua Blanco ex Merr.
The Jolly Gin And Craft have an eye-popping 80 varieties of gin on offer, from their signature Jolly Botanist and Kintyre pink gin to a delicious poppy liqueur cocktail, which is a proper floral assault on the senses.