bonsai

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n bonsai a dwarfed ornamental tree or shrub grown in a tray or shallow pot
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Usage


In news:

That is why the cultivation of bonsai can relate to any garden.
Guests are welcome at the monthly meeting of the Bonsai Society of Southwest Florida on Saturday, July 24, from 9 am to noon.
Pedro Morales, internationally acclaimed bonsai artist and a horticulture teacher at The University of Puerto Rico, will demonstrate and present a power point lecture on an Asian Bonsai Trip.
Ellis Lucia / The Times-Picayune This graceful bonsai work is by Guy Guidry, a north shore master who will be a featured artist at the international conference at City Park that starts June 19. INTERNATIONAL BONSAI CONGRESS.
The event includes bonsai experts from around the world.
Peruvian director Cristián Jiménez's charm-filled romance " Bonsai " is just a few minutes old when you discover, during a voice-over, that a key character will die at the end.
In the backyard of Anthony Casamassima's unassuming red-brick house in Queens, there is a tabletop cemetery lavishly planted with bonsai trees.
Seen at Boystown bar Bonsai.
Christine Lavin and Uncle Bonsai.
Brooklyn's Botanic Garden Showcases the Bonsai.
Bonsai garden at Franklin Park Conservatory .
Bonsai trees take center stage at Memphis' Dixon Gallery.
2.5 stars for Kendall 's "sexy" Bonsai Thai & Sushi.
Registration for new students still is being accepted for the fall semester at St John School of the Arts, 2101 Newberry St, in several areas, including art for all ages, ballroom dance, introduction to bonsai and drama.
That's the new gorgeous presentation of our addiction to raw fish and rice, at the downtown Bonsai, on Jefferson Street.
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In science:

Bonsai trees, or how to delegate a lattice basis.
Random Oracles in a Quantum World
We have taken 100 random images of the ten most populated ob ject categories, namely: planes (lateral), bonsais, chandeliers, faces (frontal), pianos, tortoises, sails, leopards, motorbikes and clocks as seen in Figure 4.
Evaluation of Three Vision Based Object Perception Methods for a Mobile Robot
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