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  • proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist A. Burkwood (fl. 1929).

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Examples

  • Burkwood viburnums are usually turning a rich maroon color at this time of year, but they turn very slowly.

    Nature hit snooze button on foliage, just now starting to pop

  • Burkwood, one of the House of Lords, to whom I delivered a petition, who took it of me and presented it to some of the rest of the House of Lords for my husband's releasement; who, when they had seen it, said that they could not release him, but had committed his releasement to the judges at the next assizes.

    The Riches of Bunyan

  • In March, a Champaign County jury convicted Khaled Alghadi, 27, who listed an address in the 900 block of East Burkwood Drive, of robbery for a purse snatching and mugging that occurred about a year ago.

    The News-Gazette Local Stories

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