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BOSCAGE, Eng. law. That food which wood and trees yield to cattle.

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The Middleham maestro also holds solid claims with Boscage in the Visit Nottinghamshire The Home Of Robin Hood Stakes.
In letter after letter sent from the brutal combat of the boscage, across France, and at the gates of Germany, it appears that Dawson knew what was happening to his mind and morale, even as it occurred.
Stylistically it blends in some arresting metaphors (and occasional Don(ne)-ish conceits: `an intricate yet fruitful boscage of symbols' (p.