Armed with a breakfast burrito and sparkling mimosa, we strongly disagree.
His eyes wandered to the three windows of jasmine and mimosa and his expression grew serious as he saw no one there.
Acle (mimosa acle) gives logs up to 32 feet by 28 inches square.
mimosa and cactus trees, many of them seven feet high, grew thickly around, so there was no lack of material.
Does any sensitive species of mimosa grow in your neighbourhood?
mimosa terminalis was frequent; numerous flights of partridge pigeons (Geophaps scripta) were also seen.
He took a short-cut through the mimosa woods, where the ground was uneven.
Blackman and Paine have recently shown that an isolated pulvinus of mimosa exhibit multiple mechanical twitches under excitation.
Violets, poppies, the mimosa, and tuberoses are also here in abundance.
Pfeffer has in his 'Entstehung der Schlafbewegung' offered another explanation of the sudden fall of the leaf of mimosa.
genus of leguminous shrubs, 1731, coined in Modern Latin (1619) from Latin mimus "mime" (see mime (n.)) + -osa, adjectival suffix (fem. of -osus). So called because some species (including the common Sensitive Plant) fold leaves when touched, seeming to mimic animal behavior. The alcoholic drink (by 1977) is so called from its yellowish color, which resembles that of the mimosa flower.