Taxus baccata

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Noun1.Taxus baccata - predominant yew in EuropeTaxus baccata - predominant yew in Europe; extraordinarily long-lived and slow growing; one of the oldest species in the world
yew - any of numerous evergreen trees or shrubs having red cup-shaped berries and flattened needlelike leaves
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The common yew, Taxus baccata, bears very small dark green leaves and in time reaches up to 2.4m tall.
Wrth nesu at yr ywen (Taxus baccata; Common Yew) mi fedrwn weld bod ei boncyff yn rhanedig nes ei bod yn rhoi'r argraff ei bod yn bedair coeden bron.
It's amazing this drug is manufactured from our common yew JAMES DORRIAN