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pine cone

the seed-producing structure of a pine tree

pine cone

Oval drop that occurs in the open corner of the dentil course in the Composite order. See also: Ornament
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She reached up and plucked a green pinecone easily from a low-hanging branch.
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String pinecones on twine, and hang a wreath of shed deer antlers to complete the scene.
1) Develop a more natural way to obtain pinecone graphs from cluster algebra theory directly.
We collected and quantified the content of oil and moisture of samples of castor oil plants, ouricuri, babassu, castanets, macauba, and passion fruit and pinecone from different regions of Alagoas State, Brazil.
It was given the name pineapple due to its resemblance to a pinecone. Besides, being produced for consumption, it can be grown as an ornamental or houseplant.
Grab some pinecones. Did you know pinecones are weather predictors?
Every time he found a snow creature, he replaced its carrot nose with a pinecone. When he had all the carrots he could carry, Horace headed for home.
In the case of Norman Foster's Swiss Re skyscraper in London, the codes are fairly obvious (missile, screw, bullet, penis, finger, pinecone, cigar) and also somewhat far-fetched (brain and Russian doll).
The seeds of pine trees are contained in the scales of their cones, Each scale contains 2 seeds, attached to a papery wing on the inside of the pinecone. Use immature pinecones (small pinecones with tightly closed scales); mature pinecones may have already dropped their seeds.
Another food source and fun family project can be a pinecone feeder.
* A marine hull policy covering damages to the Pinecone, a Cypriot-flag merchant vessel that has been listed by OFAC