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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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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).