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rimu

(ˈriːmuː)
n
(Plants) another name for red pine
[from Māori]
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Noun1.rimu - tall New Zealand timber treerimu - tall New Zealand timber tree  
Dacrydium, genus Dacrydium - Australasian evergreen trees or shrubs
conifer, coniferous tree - any gymnospermous tree or shrub bearing cones
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Its already involved in growing forest-grade podocarp species rimu, totara, matai, kahikatea, miro and kauri, and also has a large order book for manuka, kanuka and other pioneer species.
The sleeve opens to reveal a case made from heart Rimu, a tree indigenous to New Zealand with a golden hue that when polished complements the rich colour of the rare UMF 26+ honey.
The despatch boxes were made of carefully selected New Zealand timbers - rimu, Kahikatea and puriri - specially seasoned to withstand tropical conditions and were laminated to a thickness of one inch to ensure solidarity.
What's more, kakapo only breed when a particular native tree -- the rimu -- produces a lot of berries.
The first protests--off-duty pickets--were held at Rimu Park and Potter Home in Whangarei on April 30.
The Environmental Monitoring team in RIMU are thanked for assisting with the field sampling.
Ambasada SFRJ u Rimu, "Generalni sekretar MIP-a o Jugoslaviji," 17 June 1980 (Belgrade: Diplomatic Archive of the Ministry of Foreign Relations, 1980).
Yarn used: Rimu Fingering and Kauri Fingering by Zealana, Performa Series imported by the YarnSisters, Inc.
Rimu Chaudhuri, Faculty, Heritage Business School and Coordinator of the whole programme.
Sabl, V, 1960, Od Olympie k Rimu 1960: Z dejin olympijskych her, Sportovni a turisticke nakladatelstvi, Praha, Czech republic.
De'ot Nipa Ri'a Tana nora 'Amapu Duni'a rimu ru'ang 'ata puku lulu pano waa.