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Nye’s keen eye for the small, revealing detail — a comforting pine cone, a lost mitten — encourages us to notice and perhaps write about the odd, stray things that surround us.
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With the azalea bushes and dogwood trees blooming and the cheers of fans floating through the tall pine trees, the Masters is an annual sign that spring has arrived.
This bedside table is made of solid pine and comes in several distressed wood color finishes.
A bristlecone pine, for example, can live for a whopping 5,000 years!
Made of solid reclaimed pine wood, this TV stand is a sturdy option to hold even your heaviest TVs and media equipment.
I can't see father pining and fretting himself to death about his son, without doing something to relieve his mind.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
While he was forced to be with us, he was weary of us, pining for his home, counting the hours to the prorogation.
She knew that Dorian Mountcastle was waiting there, heart-sick and restless, and pining for her presence.
THEY LOOKED AND LOVEDMRS. ALEX MCVEIGH MILLER
General Gage and the troops under his command are penned up, pining in inglorious inactivity.
Yet, somewhere in the city, there must be women pining and longing for that waiting work.

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