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shoot

that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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UP ON THE ROOF: Team manager of Warwick Conference Centre Simon Oke shoots the breeze with his team only to find it a little windy for flip charts; MEETINGS MATTER: The Warwick Conference team (above) get down to business.
Reporters approach him and ask how he's doing, or he shoots the breeze with them about sports.
The camp chatmaster (right) shoots the breeze with Dermot O'Leary from The X Factor, while Scottish comic Kevin Bridges plugs his latest DVD, and David Walliams joins in the fun.