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ponderosa

(ˌpɒndəˈrəʊzə)
n
(Plants) a North American pine tree
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Noun1.ponderosa - common and widely distributed tall timber pine of western North America having dark green needles in bunches of 2 to 5 and thick bark with dark brown plates when matureponderosa - common and widely distributed tall timber pine of western North America having dark green needles in bunches of 2 to 5 and thick bark with dark brown plates when mature
yellow pine - any of various pines having yellow wood
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After many adventures and a night under the stars and ponderosa pines, Tino and Rudi were ready to return home to the Mojave Desert.
Were more ponderosa pines to die at Sunset Crater, sawflies would have the potential to expand their range to higher elevations where needle rust is sometimes abundant.
8220;These golf cottages will be situated among the Ponderosa Pines, and are parallel to Lake Koocanusa.
Reasoning that sunspots affect the sun's output, which affects our climate, he got the eyebrow-raising idea to look al growth patterns in tree rings for evidence of past sunspot activity, Soon, Douglass noticed that a pattern of small rings in the years 1899, 1902, and 1904 was consistent among ponderosa pines near Flagstaff, Arizona.
The study, which was of Ponderosa pines, was done by scientists at the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).
Go straight and level on a faint cattle trail amid ponderosa pines.
Settle in for a picnic under ponderosa pines with barbecued tri-tip washed down with apple wine.
Maybe North Carolina pines and other trees are not as tall as the Ponderosa pines in northern Arizona and the squirrels there never stop running long enough for a head shot
Designed by Brad Bell, Coyote Moon is set on 250 secluded acres of rolling hills, towering Ponderosa pines and wildflowers.
Yet the ponderosa pines have not grown back to their former limits.
The stand is dominated by towering 500-year-old, 200-foot Ponderosa pines.