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Synonyms for bullrush

tall marsh plant with cylindrical seed heads that explode when mature shedding large quantities of down

tall rush with soft erect or arching stems found in Eurasia, Australia, New Zealand, and common in North America

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It was noted over the last couple of years that the diversity of wildlife was gradually reducing as the pond became overgrown with a dense mat of bullrush plants.
6-inch (closed) Bullrush is not overburdened with gizmos, but its simple 6-tool lineup will cater to most of your needs.
Pepsi, meanwhile, plans to trial 200,000 bottles made using 100% biomass and agricultural byproducts, while P&G is now using sugar cane-based plastic for its Pantene Nature Fusion shampoo and conditioners and plastic derived from bamboo, sugar cane and bullrush for its Gillette Fusion ProGlide product (see left).
From midnight on Friday to this afternoon, almost 24 hours, BullRush Handmade Chocolates, of Ashburton, made a 14.
There are two further bedrooms on the third floor of the house - one where Jane Fonda's Barbarella would feel at home and another with butterfly embroidered cushions and quirky bullrush wall stickers in lime.
Lauer and Norman fished hydrilla and bullrush on Monroe's west bank with frogs and flukes throughout the event.
Photos of Wolf Lake (Shelford 1913) show a lake with bullrush marsh along the edges.
Many years later on Horn Island, Anderson was still enduring discomforts that would defeat most of us: "In the afternoon I went thru the bullrush pools to the heron tree, passing a small alligator in the cutoff.
Jodie Georgeina Davis, 30, of Bullrush Close, St Mellons, Cardiff, was given a 12-month community order and ordered to pay pounds 50 court costs for an offence of theft of 10 cans of cider and four cans of Jack Daniels and coke valued at pounds 15.
But Rob Connolly's firsthalf bullrush and a scintillating counter-attack from Reece Spee soon after the restart, kept Bees in the match and then McLean swooped, to take the club's first point of the season.
The decoys are made from bundles of bullrush (tule) stems bound together and shaped to resemble a duck.
Vegetation in the lower cells was a dense mixture of mostly cattail (typha latifolia) and hardstem bullrush (scirpus acutus) with a small amount of Sego pondweed (potamogeton pectinatus).