Juniperus virginiana

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Noun1.Juniperus virginiana - small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needlesJuniperus virginiana - small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needles
pencil cedar, pencil cedar tree - any of several junipers with wood suitable for making pencils
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While finding his way home, the hunter discovers a waterproof cedar box filled with fresh water from which he drinks.
Where he had walked, spilling water from his cedar box, there were new lakes and three new rivers, named the Ksien (the juice from the clouds), the Nass River and the Stikine River, the juice from the clouds.
With its 200-page book and artful packaging (a cedar box stuffed with cotton), this was a cultural event, a portrait of faith, a dissertation in song that forever changed the way American gospel is talked about.
To serve: On small plate set inside cedar box, arrange branzino and
Look up: out there, we could soar beyond the Pleiades We could hoard in a great cedar box all the diseases of the earth, and move into a new dispensation riding on a milk run through a forgiving galaxy.
Della Valle Bernheimer designed a slab-on-grade structure, highlighted by the appearance of an embedded cedar box at the second floor of the building.
None, however, were as tangibly distinctive as the release under review, the format of which consists of a hand-crafted cedar box with four separate internal compartments and sliding lid (think old-fashioned pencil box on a much larger scale), screen-printed with the title and a pictorial representation of the Tower of Babel.
Step 9: Completed lure is presented in a handmade cedar box
Clydebuilt Puppets bring you a story derived from American Indian tradition where a Raven who loves bright and shiny things frees a moon from an old cedar box and lifts it back up among the stars.
2: In a cedar box with velvet lining, I would present Mr.