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A serotinous cone, for instance, produced by certain pines, won’t free its seeds until it’s heated up.
There, sprawled out below a sandstone plateau dotted with piñon pines and juniper trees, stood the 800-year-old remains of Cliff Palace, an ancient city of the Ancestral Pueblo people.
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The utility labels eucalyptus, palm, oak, pine and sycamore as riskier trees in terms of fueling wildfires.
In the background is a thicket of tall pines, their needles forming a reddish carpet beneath.
The other site, in the Kootenay River valley in Idaho, is “much more boreal — pine forest and humid,” he says.
They contained ferns, palm-like cycads and conifers, such as pine.
While he openeth his hands he shall rejoice: but transgressors shall pine away in the end.
After this it wound along on ridges and in ravines till it reached the heart of a great pine forest, where stood a saw-mill.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
The lone pine on the stone cap of Gander Knob waved its farewell, and we clattered down the long slope into the great world.
How many imitators of the great manipulator have looked at this growth of pine and wondered where the old master obtained it!
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK

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