a.1.(Chem.) Of or pertaining to the pine; obtained from the pine; formerly, designating an acid which is the chief constituent of common resin, - now called abietic, or sylvic, acid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Also charged were Nicholson Santos and Jennifer Li, president and treasurer, respectively, of Pinic International of Juan Luna, Binondo; Tommy Domingo of Tom's Cellphone, Carriedo, Quiapo; and Aira May Caurteron Bagalay of A.M.C Bagalay General Merchandise of Carriedo, Quiapo.
Five boys, between the ages 8 to 12, and one woman from a single extended family drowned in the Ganges river while they were on pinic near the state capital Patna.
BEST OF PALS: Ella Finley and J ames Marriner join one of the bears at Saturday's pinic at Washington Wetland Centre.
The researchers demonstrated, for instance, that 5-nm organic pinic acid and cis-pinonic acid particles grow into much larger aerosols than 5-nm inorganic ammonium sulfate particles do.
visitors able to tear themselves away from oceanside pursuits are welcome to stop by his winery, situated at about 2,000 feet, and engage in a high-level pinic under a huge camphor tree.
Manila Revenue Regional Director Marina De Guzman identified the city respondents as Fjord International Corporation, Pinic International Corporation, and Haleiwa International Corporation,
Pinics by the rushing stream, kicking a football with the kids and a feeling of safety and relaxation.