Alice Reade, coming through the trees, with the wind blowing her little dark love- locks tricksily about under her wide blue hat, found a fragrant heap of mignonette under the pine. She lifted it and buried her face in it, drinking in the wholesome, modest perfume.
One room will need nothing more--it is your room, dear, and has been ready for you a long time--long before that day I saw you under the pine. Your books and your chair and your picture are there, dear--only the picture is not half lovely enough.
Instead, he cut a loose handful of daffodils and, looking furtively about him as if committing a crime, he laid them across the footpath under the pine. She must pass that way; her feet would crush them if she failed to see them.
But once more Hercules warded off the stroke with his club, and the Giant's pine tree was shattered into a thousand splinters, most of which flew among the Pygmies, and did them more mischief than I like to think about.
"Since I've broken your pine tree, we'll try which is the better man at a wrestling match."
Yangot said the city is facing the grim reality of losing its pines
in the name of development.
'Since Baguio is known as the City of Pines
, I believe that title is worth more than what any corporation can offer ...
nut oil is a 100% natural product, suitable for all age categories.
is not owned by one family, conglomerate or a multinational corporation.
Rocky Mountains, where the forested mountainsides give way to the treeless alpine mountaintops, a tree and a bird--whitebark pine
and Clark's nutcracker--repeat the steps of a dance they have danced for centuries, each helping the other species survive.
Eagles and osprey prefer to nest in "super canopy" white pines
, lone specimens extending above the rest of the forest, which provide easy access to and from the nest.
THE DEVASTATION BY THE MOUNTAIN PINE
BEETLE has hit the U.S.