Bramble

A shrub with thorns that is in the rose family, such as blackberries and raspberries.
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Bramble

Bramble in the British Isles is any rough, (usually wild) tangled prickly shrub, specifically the blackberry bush (Rubus fruticosa), or any hybrid of similar appearance, with thorny stems. It may also refer to the blackberry fruit or products of its fruit (e.g. bramble jelly). The shrub grows abundantly in all parts of the British Isles and harves...
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Bramble

• (n.) The brambling or bramble finch. • (n.) Any plant of the genus Rubus, including the raspberry and blackberry. Hence: Any rough, prickly shrub.
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bramble

1. <botany> Any plant of the genus Rubus, including the raspberry and blackberry. Hence: Any rough, prickly shrub. 'The thorny brambles, and embracing bushes.' (Shak) ... 2. <zoology> The brambling or bramble finch. ... Origin: OE. Brembil, AS.brmbel, brmbel (akin to OHG. Bramal), fr. The same root as E. Broom, As. Brm. See Broom. ... S...
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Bramble

[graph theory] In graph theory, a bramble for an undirected graph G is a family of connected subgraphs of G that all touch each other: for every pair of disjoint subgraphs, there must exist an edge in G that has one endpoint in each subgraph. The order of a bramble is the smallest size of a hitting set, a set of vertices of G that has a non...
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Bramble

Bram'ble (brăm'b'l) noun [ Middle English brembil , Anglo-Saxon brēmel , brēmbel , brǣmbel (akin to Old High German brāmal ), from the same root as English broom , As. brōm . See Broom .] 1. (...
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Bramble

A shrub with thorns that is in the rose family, such as blackberries and raspberries.
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bramble

A small molded bump on some types of golf balls (gutta purcha and rubber core). Intended to give aerodynamic properties like the dimples on present day balls.
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Bramble

A sprawling, prickly shrub well known for it's black berries which can be made into jams and desserts. Known as the blackberry in southern England.
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Bramble

Again, a golf format, it involves golfers teeing off and ultimately the best of the shot or drive is selected.
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bramble

Any of a group of prickly bushes belonging to the rose family. Examples are blackberry, raspberry, and dewberry. (Genus Rubus, family Rosaceae.)
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Bramble

any shrub with thorns in the rose family; usually refers to blackberries and raspberries.
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Bramble

Any shrub with thorns in the rose family; usually refers to blackberries and raspberries.
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bramble

bramble, name for plants of the genus Rubus [Lat.,=red, for the color of the juice]. This complex genus of the family Rosaceae (rose family), with representatives in many parts of the world, includes the blackberries, raspberries, loganberries, boysenberries, and dewberries. The plants are typically...
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Bramble

HMS Bramble was a British Halcyon Class fleet minesweeper of 875 tons displacement of the Second World War launched in 1938 and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Bramble was powered by two sets of 3-cylinder compound engines providing a top speed of 17 knots. She carried a complement of 80 and was armed with two 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and fi...
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Bramble

The bramble (Rubus fruticosus) or blackberry, is a prickly deciduous shrub of the family Rosaceae, allied to the raspberry. Bramble has sprawling, or erect, prickly, woody, arched and biennial stems that often root where they touch the ground. The leaves are stalked and have three to five, oval, serrate leaflets with white or grey, hairy undersides...
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Bramble

These are the largest of the wild berries, up to 1' long when mature. Look for plump, deep colored berries without hulls. (If hulls are present, the berries were picked too early and will be tart.) More commonly known as 'blueberry.'
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Bramble

These are the largest of the wild berries, up to 1" long when mature. Look for plump, deep colored berries without hulls. (If hulls are present, the berries were picked too early and will be tart.) More commonly known as "blueberry."
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bramble

[n] - any of various rough thorny shrubs or vines
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