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- n. Plural form of brushwood.
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About 40% of ecoregion area is occupied by sparse larch forests with dwarf shrub-lichen ground cover and by brushwoods of Pinus pumila.
The brushwoods, with participation of different species Cerasus, Rhamnus, Spiraea, and Cotoneaster are varied.
Habitat types characteristic to this area include petrophitic steppes with shrubs and brushwoods, granite rock pinewoods in the low mountains, and microphyllous woods associated with lakes and wetlands.
A crow has landed on your balcony and the loved ones have departed they dispersed into tribes and brushwoods have dried up and nightingales have immigrated at dusk
These animals are gregarious, living in small herds in the brushwoods or open forests, of Caffraria, occasionally uniting in large droves.
In clearing away the fallen logs and brushwoods, many beetles, scorpions, and centipedes were brought to light.
W.ile it is a global faux pas to criticize others for their shortcomings when one hasn't done his own homework first, Geithner continues a bullying policy the world had thought to be over at the time former US president George W. Bush returned home to clear the brushwoods at his farm