Padus


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Padus

(ˈpeɪdəs)
n
(Placename) the Latin name for the Po2

Po

(poʊ)

n.
a river in Italy, flowing E from the Alps in the NW to the Adriatic. 418 mi. (669 km) long. Ancient, Padus.

Po


Chem. Symbol.
polonium.

P.O.

1. petty officer.
2. postal (money) order.
3. post office.
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Delivery of kits for semi-automatic production of padus cast from buffy-leatherette coats suspended in pas-e solution.
The dominant tree species are birch Betula pubescens/Betula pendula, rowan Sorbus aucuparia, alder Alnus incana, hackberry Prunus padus and goat willow Salix caprea.
bulbosa and Andropogon ischaemum, small bushes of Paliurus spinosa and small groups of Quercus frainetto, Carpinus orientalis, Cotinus coggygria, Padus Mahaleb and others.
As I looked out of the window just now several alighted in the top branches of our prunus padus - our bird cherry - very appropriate
2006) y en algunas especies latifoliadas como Sorbus aucuparia y Prunus padus (Baliuckas et al.
padus, and Ranunculus valdesii Grau); and one is a species of special interest (Malus sylvestris (L.
pedunculiflora, Padus mahaleb, Cotinus coggygria, Carpinus orientalis, rare specimens of Pyrus eleagrifolia.
Apart from two copper beech and an underestimated prunus padus - known as Bird Cherry or Hackberry - most of the trees we have planted at Glebe Cottage are on the small, slow-growing side.