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botany
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • A tin box for botanical specimens hung over his shoulder and he carried a green butterfly-net in one of his hands.
  • And yet, if it were not for the loss of the charming companionship of the boys, I could rejoice over my own misfortune, for, with my strong tastes for botany and zoology, I find an unlimited field of work here, and my sister is as devoted to Nature as I am.

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  • She is studying botany.
  • the botany of China

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