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Definition of the adjective semi-upright
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The Encyclopedia of Herbs (2009)
A Comprehensive Reference to Herbs of Flavor and Fragrance by Thomas DeBaggio, Arthur O. Tucker
culinary sages, whether variegated, small or large-leaved; semi-upright thymes that make thick mounds; French tarragon that bends under its own weight; thickly branched santolina; tangled oregano; heavy stands of thick mints; floppy lavender; unruly rosemary; wildly spreading lambs' ears; and others herbs that embrace the earth too closely. If the disease has not progressed too far, a quick cleanup and pruning—the horticultural equivalent of a shave and a haircut— does the trick.
Mosby's Dental Dictionary (2007)
by Elsevier, Mosby
position, semi-upright, ...
by Jules Janick, Robert E. Paull
is aimed at producing a large tree with a strong, well-spaced, semi-upright scaffold of branches capable of supporting heavy crops and withstanding mechanical harvest shaking without breakage. Tree training and pruning must be carefully integrated with other cultural operations during this phase to maintain a favourable balance between early nut productivity and ...
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