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  • proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Edmond Bonnet (1848-1922).

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Examples

  • Bonnet is a knitted cap that can be stretched over various forms.

    The Bonnet Collection from Casalis

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  • 'Bonnet is cant,' said the man; 'we of the thimble, as well as all cly - fakers and the like, understand cant, as, of course, must every bonnet; so, if you are employed by me, you had better learn it as soon as you can, that we may discourse together without being understood by every one.

    Lavengro; the Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • ‘Bonnet is cant,’ said the man; ‘we of the thimble, as well as all cly-fakers and the like, understand cant, as, of course, must every bonnet; so, if you are employed by me, you had better learn it as soon as you can, that we may discourse together without being understood by every one.

    Lavengro

  • "Bonnet is cant," said the man; "we of the thimble, as well as all clyfakers and the like, understand cant, as, of course, must every bonnet; so, if you are employed by me, you had better learn it as soon as you can, that we may discourse together without being understood by every one.

    Lavengro The Scholar, the Gypsy, the Priest

  • "One of the reasons for the Roosevelt / Eden plot to overthrow the Chamberlain government and remove Bonnet from the French Cabinet was because they would not agree to pay the price Stalin demanded to encircle and defeat Germany.

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  • One very high - profile TV personality, whose career took a meteoric leap, is known as The Bonnet because of a certain horizontal workout she is meant to have undertaken to get there.

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  • Therefore, it can be easily shown as a consequence that the ratio of the unit cell parameters of the involved Im3m and Pn3m phases should take the theoretical aIm3m / aPn3m value of 1.279 (this ratio is known as Bonnet relation)

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  • The only inhabitants of the tiny settlement were a few women and children, all of whom heard the name "Bonnet" and scuttled into their homes like clams digging into the sand.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • The more sophisticated of the pre - formationists, such as Bonnet, though at first charmed by the idea of the infinite, or nearly infinite, array of embryos within embryos going back to Mother Eve or to the first female of every other species, never - theless admitted in the face of the evidence of repro - duction by budding that such a concept was too crude.

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