Boscage


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

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(11) Las definiciones provienen del Dictionnaire du Moyen Frangais (http://atilf.atilf.fr) a partir de las acepciones brindadas por el Dictionnaire d'Ancien Frangais de Godefroy y el Franzosisches Etymologisches Worterbuch: "boscage: (boschage): (adj.) des bois, agreste, sauvage; bocage (frangiais moderne) Petit bois naturel caracterise par des arbres peu eleves et clairsemes.
map of 1627 upon which is transcribed: "Duynig landt boven met boomen ende bosage" (Duny land/land with dunes with trees and boscage) (Fig.
[T]he Tudor kings and Queens came and went about their public affairs in a constant atmosphere of make-believe, with a sibyl lurking in every courtyard and gateway, and a satyr in the boscage of every park, to turn the ceremonies of welcome and farewell, without which sovereigns must not move, by the arts of song and dance and mimetic dialogue, to favour and to prettiness.
Classic Country Band, Elsbeth Edwards, 38165 Boscage Lane.
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