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pine needle

n.
The needle-shaped leaf of a pine tree.

pine needle

n
(Botany) any of the fine pointed leaves of a pine

pine′ nee`dle


n.
the needlelike leaf of a pine tree.
[1865–70]
Translations

pine needle

nago di pino
References in classic literature ?
At a sufficient distance over the woods this sound acquires a certain vibratory hum, as if the pine needles in the horizon were the strings of a harp which it swept.
But in my game bag was food, and the old house would afford shelter, if shelter were needed on a warm and dewless night in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, where one may sleep in comfort on the pine needles, without covering.
A broken spray of pine needles rustled along the roof, or a pine cone dropped with a quick reverberating tap-tap that for an instant startled her.
The babies each had a kitten in one hand and an elegant bouquet of pine needles and grass in the other, and what with the due presentation of the bouquets and the struggles of the kittens, the hugging and kissing was much interfered with.
Pine needle essential oils inhibit growth of Staphylococcus aureus, which is the causative agent for numerous human infections, ranging from superficial skin infections to deep abscesses and infections that are more serious.
Pine needle is a renewable natural resource material produced annually in huge quantity in the Western part of Himalayas (Indian forests: ~ 2.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the in vitro effect of pine needle and ginkgo leaves extracts on ruminal fermentation, rumen methanogenesis and methane-related microbes.
All that's needed is an enterprising lad with a giant vacuum machine and, hey presto, we have our first pine needle millionaire
ELDERFLOWER PANNA COTTA WITH PINE NEEDLE JELLY (for 4)?
London, Dec 19 (ANI): Traditional pine needle trees could be behind a list of seasonal health complaints including tiredness, wheezing and even insomnia, scientists have suggested.
These skinks primarily select hardwood leaf litter and secondarily choose pine needle litter and pine bark slough.
The cough syrup is known for its bad taste, which is attributed to the lack of sugar and alcohol, along with ingredients such as camphor, Canadian fir balsam gum, pine needle oil and menthol.