stone pine


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stone pine

n
(Plants) a Mediterranean pine tree, Pinus pinea, having a short bole and radiating branches forming an umbrella shape. Also called: umbrella pine
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Noun1.stone pine - medium-sized two-needled pine of southern Europe having a spreading crownstone pine - medium-sized two-needled pine of southern Europe having a spreading crown; widely cultivated for its sweet seeds that resemble almonds
pignolia, pine nut, pinon nut - edible seed of any of several nut pines especially some pinons of southwestern North America
pine, pine tree, true pine - a coniferous tree
Translations
pinje
pino piñonero
pinja
pin d'Italiepin parasol
pino domestico
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We took the Patscherkofel cable car to reach the summit of the Patscherkofel mountain and walk the Zirbenweg, or Stone Pine, trail.
Our price includes: Return flights from Newcastle Airport Flight tax and fuel supplements Luggage allowance 7 nights' accommodation Daily breakfast, lunch and evening meals All Inclusive drinks From a simple fishing village, Quarteira has now boasts lovely palm-lined promenade, golden beaches, terraces of cafes and bars, delicious fresh fish and woodlands of stone pine.
Beneath the canopy of an Italian Stone Pine, in a ravine below the park, crows gather to their council.
Roberto Cavalli Paradiso, from [euro]51 NOTES: Citrus and jasmine, with cypress, rose-bay, and stone pine.
Your stone pine will need little water once established and no fertilizer--however, it will require well-draining soil and lots of room.
A 100-hectare forest, including primarily stone pine trees, developed as a result of the project.
Luggage Allowance From a simple fishing village, Quarteira has become one of the major tourist centres in the Algarve, boasting a lovely palm-lined promenade, golden beaches, terraces of cafes and bars, delicious fresh fish and woodlands of stone pine.
Korean pine nuts are one of the richest sources of fatty acids, containing about 40 times more pinoleic acid than, for example, Italian stone pine nuts.
From afar, you glimpse an angled white wall halfway up the slope, and a big stone pine tree above that.
To tell their stories, Armstrong has written a book, "Women Astronomers: Reaching for the Stars," published in 2008 by Stone Pine Press Inc.
Women Astronomers: Reaching for the Stars" is a part of Stone Pine Presses' Discovering Women in Science Series, and outlines how the fairer sex has made significant contributions to the science of astronomy, focusing on the past hundred years with references to such ancient contributions such as the Babylonian priestesses above.