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pine·wood

 (pīn′wo͝od′)
n.
1. The wood of the pine tree.
2. often pinewoods A forest of pines.

pinewood

(ˈpaɪnˌwʊd)
n
1. (Forestry) a forest that consists mainly of pine trees
2. (Forestry)
a. the wood of the pine tree
b. (as modifier): a pinewood table.

pine•wood

(ˈpaɪnˌwʊd)

n.
1. the wood of a pine.
2. Often, pinewoods. a forest consisting chiefly of pines.
[1665–75]
Translations
pi
honkamäntymäntymetsä

pinewood

[ˈpaɪnwʊd] Npinar m

pinewood

[ˈpaɪnwʊd] n
(= forest) → bois m de pins
(= timber) → pin m

pinewood

[ˈpaɪnˌwʊd] n (grove of trees) → pineta; (material) → (legno di) pino
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If thou fill thy brain with Boston and New York, with fashion and covetousness, and wilt stimulate thy jaded senses with wine and French coffee, thou shalt find no radiance of wisdom in the lonely waste of the pinewoods.
At last the deer stopped in the shadow of a deep pinewood, five hundred feet up the hillside.
You are certainly very thoughtful about others,' answered the Wife, as she sat in her comfortable armchair by the big pinewood fire; 'very thoughtful indeed.
Why Golden Milestone, when Pinewood or Hillslope or, if you wanted to be very fanciful, Ivy Lodge, might be had for the taking?
A few branches of resinous pinewood made a bright blaze, and it was by the light of this fire that the soldier saw the face of the man towards whom he was drawn by a secret motive, by a wish to seek him out, to study and to know him thoroughly well.
Some of the planks and beams were of good, seasoned oak; some of such wood cut raw and recent; some again of white pinewood, and a great deal more of the same sort of wood painted black with tar.
There are now Pinewoods in Toronto, Atlanta, Malaysia, the Dominican Republic and Wales.
STAND-IN firefighters saved Formby pinewoods from a large-scale blaze yesterday.
The blaze was started in logs that had been chopped and left near the pinewoods, which provide a habitat for protected species of Natterjack toads and sand lizards.
The fire, which destroyed part of the pinewoods, stretched for a quarter-of-a-mile.
Thus, several long-time dancers remembered--albeit with a fond chuckle--that Cecil Sharp's appointed leader of the American Branch, May Gadd, beat the bushes at night at the community's summer dance camp resort, Pinewoods Camp, to make sure there was no hanky-panky.
lt;/p> <pre> There's no question that when I first came to Pinewoods Camp--in my late teens, early twenties [the 1960s]--I was entranced by the whole idea that I was discovering this merrie-old-England.