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 (pīn′lănd′, lənd) also pine·lands (-ləndz)
A forested area in which pine trees predominate.


(Physical Geography) US land or an area covered with pine forest


(ˈpaɪnˌlænd, -lənd)

1. Often, pinelands. an area or region covered largely with pine forest.
2. the Pinelands, official name of the Pine Barrens.
[1650–60, Amer.]
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Anne roamed through the pineland alleys in the park and, as she said, let that great sweeping wind blow the fogs out of her soul.
In Olney, Texas - near Wichita Falls - a family receiving taxpayer subsidies to pay rent makes $227,709, while another family residing in public housing in Pineland on the eastern edge of the state makes $184,499.
The corrected land-cover data for pinelands appeared to more accurately capture the decline of this critical habitat during the study period than the original uncorrected data, and would be a more suitable basis for guiding pineland habitat conservation and management decisions.
Pineland Hotel and Health Resort, Deir El Harf, Lebanon
He and his late wife Molly moved to Pineland, Cwrt, Pennal near Machynlleth.
The archaeology of Pineland; a coastal southwest Florida site complex, A.D.
Strathcona was struggling financially, and Pineland had severe growth issues.
The 1st larval release took place at Pineland in northern Pine Island Sound in October 2003.
CloverLeaf Digital LLC and IPTV middleware provider Minerva Networks announced on Monday that US service providers Pineland Telephone Cooperative and WT Services Inc have launched CloverLeaf's interactive television services on IPTV systems supported on Minerva iTVManager middleware.
Department of Agriculture to restore access to the spawning and rearing habitat for anadromous fish on the Town River in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts; National Park Service volunteers worked on a wetland prairie restoration project and removed invasive tree species and planted slash pines for a pineland.
He had been with a Delta and Pineland joint venture.

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