carob tree

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Noun1.carob tree - evergreen Mediterranean tree with edible podscarob tree - evergreen Mediterranean tree with edible pods; the biblical carob
algarroba, algarroba bean, carob, carob bean, locust bean, locust pod - long pod containing small beans and sweetish edible pulp; used as animal feed and source of a chocolate substitute
bean tree - any of several trees having seedpods as fruits
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SHEETS of metal to deter rats from chomping through carob tree branches and using hormones to keep killer moths from laying their eggs on vines are just two of the ingenious methods employed by the Agrolife project which aim to discourage farmers from using pesticides and poisons on their crops.
Lead investment and strategic guidance are generously provided by Highland Street Foundation, Brookfield Renewable Energy Group, John Hancock, Walmart, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Carob Tree Fund, and the New England Patriots Foundation.
The value of the carob tree has increased as a result of its multipurpose use such as Arabic confectionery and drinks, animal feed and human food, microbial protein and as a raw material for industrial processing [39,34,28].
BEFORE A patio of cracked aggregate ended in an upward-sloping lawn, a tired fence, and a carob tree.
Washington, January 16 ( ANI ): An antibacterial extract from the leaves of the carob tree (the source of a popular chocolate substitute) are ideal for fighting the microbe responsible for listeriosis, a serious form of food poisoning, a new study has suggested.
Two rabbis were arguing over whether an oven was kosher or not and Rabbi Eliezer said to Rabbi Joshua, if my opinion is the right one, let a carob tree fly in the air to prove it.
The prophet flees into the streets, where a carob tree in his path "opened its mouth and swallowed him.
However, a member of the border guards observed a man "entering inside a large Carob tree and disappearing," and informed the police, who carried out a night-time raid on the area.
Rana Mustafa found a way to manufacture chocolate from Carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua) whose fruit was used as food for humans since 2000 BC.
If the law (halakhah) is as I claim, let this carob tree prove it; and the carob tree was uprooted a distance of 100 cubits .
We left the carob tree and the courtyard and the same glass locked window.