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Examples

  • The one with that wanna-be journalist, Angus Connolly, with the bush hat.

    Courting Trouble

  • Sneezing and shaking dirt from my fur, I pushed my way out of the bush to find the pack waiting impatiently for me.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • A few Indian-looking cattle still wandered the bush around Utopia disconsolately searching for the odd blade of desert grass, but the whole area had been grazed into oblivion years ago.

    Wildwood

  • He took Conrad plus Arriflex fifty yards downhill into the bush for some closer shots and Haagner called him urgently to come back, telling me his job would be lost if Evan were.

    Smokescreen

  • I then offer to send Ugandan UN teams to the bush to present our demobilization, disarmament, and reintegration package as the LRA soldiers assemble.

    A Billion Lives

  • I was travelling the desert parts of central Australia with my friend Ramona Koval, and we had come to stay with the ethno-botanist and conservationist Peter Latz in the bush along the Ilparpa Road outside Alice Springs.

    Wildwood

  • From the midst of the bush God called to Moses and directed him to lead the children of Israel out of Egypt Exod.

    A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art

  • She went to the bush that she had thrown the letter into and tried to part the dense leafage and peer inside, but she could see nothing in the dim center.

    Cold Mountain

  • Her mini tantrum over, she went into the bathroom, opening the frosted window, the better to enjoy the chorus of bird-song and the earthy scent of the bush while she brushed her teeth.

    Mistress For A Weekend

  • Waiting, waiting — the bush seemed to be hoarily waiting.

    Kangaroo

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