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whitebeam

(ˈwaɪtˌbiːm)
n
1. (Plants) a N temperate rosaceous tree, Sorbus aria, having leaves with dense white hairs on the undersurface and hard timber
2. (Plants) any of several similar and closely related trees
Translations

whitebeam

[ˈwaɪtbiːm] Nmojera f

whitebeam

[ˈwaɪtˌbiːm] nsorbo comune
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"We are planning to replace the felled trees with whitebeam, a native British tree with lovely white flowers, so that the next generation can enjoy them."
Urban prune 2x Rowan (T3 & T12) and 3x Whitebeam (T13,T14 & T15), Crown lift to 2.5m 1x Cherry (T6),Remove 1x Cherry (T11) (Conservation Area).
A week after Grenfell, Salford council said that the cladding would be removed from the nine blocks - Whitebeam Court, Malus Court, Beech Court, Salix Court, Spruce Court, Holm Court, Hornbeam Court, Thorn Court and Plane Court.
Kendall, of Whitebeam Close, Lower Gornal, was jailed for a total of six years at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
The Wye Valley is a centre of diversity for whitebeam evolution, with internationally important populations of these rare trees.
2 Just past a line of whitebeam trees, take the small path along the top of the valley on to another grassy area.
In this area a mixed forest is developed, which contains rowan trees (Sorbus aucuparia L.), whitebeam (Sorbus aria (L.) Crantz), alder buckthorn (Frangula alnus Mill, subsp.
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maloidea (rosaceae such as whitebeam, rowan, common pear, apple tree, etc.); Rosaceae sp.
The scheme envisages support for the restoration of the species of Bay Willow, Alpine Whitebeam, Great Yellow Gentian, and Galanthus elwesii (giant snowdrop).
His book gives a detailed account of 74 heritage trees, ranging from ancient yews found near the English border to the small scatterings of whitebeam and the expansive prostate blackthorn found rambling across Tanybwlch beach near Aberystwyth.