sugar pine


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sugar pine

n.
A tall pine tree (Pinus lambertiana) of the Pacific coast of North America, having needles grouped in fascicles of five, long cones, and sweet resin, and valued as a source of lumber.

sugar pine

n
(Plants) a pine tree, Pinus lambertiana, of California and Oregon, having spreading pendulous branches, light brown cones, and sugary resin

sug′ar pine`


n.
the tallest American pine, Pinus lambertiana, of California, Oregon, etc., having cones 20 in. (51 cm) long.
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Louis County's Land & Minerals Department, the Sugar Pine Foundation, TD Bank, Forests Ontario (with partners Michael's Hair Body Mind and Credit Valley Conservation), UPM Blandin, and Williams Lake Plywood - West Fraser.
It was the largest sugar pine I had seen in Yosemite since the demise of the Yosemite Giant near Hodgdon Meadow (previously the tallest pine tree in the world at 268' high).
Cottage Grove; Brandi Medeina will discuss The Heirs of Patrick Henry, an organization dedicated to holding legislators accountable to their oath of office, and will provide an update on the situation at the Sugar Pine mines in Josephine County.
Sher-Wood One-Pass Primer covers most substrates such as radiata pine, MDF, hardboard, dark-stained poplar, sugar pine, yellow pine, and more in a single pass, offering high build and holdout at lower solids than conventional primers.
There are grand spaces, for sure - the Great Lounge, with its walk-in fireplaces and two-story banks of windows; the Dining Room, with its 34-foot ceiling peak, supported by scissor trusses of massive sugar pine logs (the only place in the hotel where wood is used liberally).
Knapp regales readers with the tale of David Douglas, who on an exploration of the northwest United States braved encounters with grizzly bears and tumbled into rivers and gullies, all to retrieve sugar pine cones that ended up not faring well in English soil.
Jelutong has about the same properties as sugar pine, Patton says.
Control of brown stain in sugar pine with environmentally acceptable chemicals.
Standard patterns for shorter production runs are crafted from softer woods like sugar pine.