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a coniferous evergreen tree of New Zealand, Podocarpus spicatus, having a bluish bark and small linear leaves arranged in two rows: timber used for flooring and weatherboards



an urban-type settlement in Burliutobinskii Raion, Taldy-Kurgan Oblast, Kazakh SSR. It is located on the Aksu River (Lake Balkhash basin). Population, 6,600 (1970). It has a railroad station on the Alma-Ata-Semipalatinsk line. Matai has enterprises connected with railroad transport.

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Hence, the importance of the Natori project could not be emphasised more as the absence of the black pines is very much felt by the local residents.
When you step into the garden, you'll be captivated by the serenity of the design and the beautifully trimmed black pines.
There is nothing new, for example, about planting black pines along the Japan Sea to prevent erosion, but many such conservation techniques were abandoned during and after World War II.
On the street side, Glassman planted low-maintenance black pines, fortnight lilies (Dietes), and bamboo in beds of ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea).