American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Garden, Alexander 1730?-1791. Scottish-born American naturalist and physician who contributed to the classification of New World plants. The gardenia is named after him.
“Simply enjoy the Rijsttafel in the relax atmosphere of our lovely open air garden restaurant or you may also choose to dine at one compound of the traditional Balinese house in the Miro's Garden restaurant premises.”
“Here is a Glass House; and about the middle is a new-built Court, well inhabited, called Bear Garden Square, so called as built in the place where the _Bear Garden_ formerly stood, until removed to the other side of the water: which is more convenient for the butchers, and such like who are taken with such rustic sports as the baiting of bears and bulls. [”
“Behind a Garden is a Brooklyn Museum, one of a most appropriate in a U.S., though often overshadowed by a museums in Manhattan.”
“A few steps from the Garden is the nineteenth century Santuario de la Soledad sandstone church with twin towers and a lovely main doorway.”
“The arcade north of the Garden is the Portal Inguanzo, which includes the facade of the house of the wealthy Inguanzo family, owners of El Tesoro Hacienda and an ice-cream store, "El Paraíso", which displays a selection of old photos of Jerez.”
“West of the Garden is the Palacio Municipal (Town Hall).”
“Off the north-east corner of the Garden is the sandstone "La Nacional" building.”
“Beyond this Garden is a Row of orange and Lemon trees set in ye ground, of a man's height and pretty big, full of flowers and some Large fruit almost Ripe: this has a pent house over it wch is Cover'd up very Close in the winter.”
“This Garden is the breadth of the dwelleing house – the dineing roome and drawing roome Looke into it.”
“I believe God created us perfect in our innocence ... living in paradise and what we called the Garden of eden.”
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