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pine

(pīn),
An evergreen coniferous tree of the genus Pinus (family Pinaceae), various species of which yield tar, turpentine, resin, and volatile oils.
[L. pinus, a pine tree]

pine

1. unthriftiness of calves due to nutritional deficiency of copper. There is a stiff gait, painful joints, graying of the haircoat and diarrhea in some. May also be used to describe the unthriftiness caused by nutritional deficiency of cobalt.
2. a tree; see pinus.
3. many other trees are also called pine incorrectly, e.g. 'cypress pine'.

pine needle abortion
see pine needle abortion.
pine lupine
lupinusalbicaulis.
pine oil
an extract from pine trees which is used as an astringent, antiseptic, antitussive and in cattle as an antifoaming agent to treat bloat.
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Lessard said when comparing the Waste Management and Pine Tree bids, "you're talking over seven years close to $2 million.
With nearly 75% of the Preserve's pitch pine trees now dead, this once iconic landscape and globally rare ecosystem had been completely transformed.
As workers in Bkassine scaled pine trees, ranging between 15 and 25 meters in height, they took special care not to touch any of the nests lest they get infected.
There used to be a great pine forest here," Kan said as he inspected the devastated bay area where the lone pine tree stands.
Responds: As for cutting the top of the pine tree, the outfitter gave me permission, and I felt the smart decision was to eliminate any obstacles to a clean shot.
The Pine Tree 120-megawatt wind farm will reduce carbon emissions equivalent to taking 35,000 cars off the road and bring Los Angeles' renewable energy to 13 percent of its total power production, officials said.
At this stage we do not know if Pine Tree Road or Collycroft sub-Post Offices are threatened.
Somatic embryogenesis involves culturing cells from a normal pine tree embryo and creating a very large number of genetically identical "somatic embryos," each capable of becoming a tree.
In the story "Po' Sandy," narrated by the former slave Julius McAdoo, a "conjured" slave, Sandy, has been turned by his wife Tenie into a pine tree in order to escape from his master, who plans to "lend" him to another plantation owner.
The police believe the man, a resident of Yokohama, killed himself through strangulation by tying the rope to a nearby pine tree and drove the car toward the gate of the Kyoden Kaihin Park.
soldiers stationed [in Bosnia-Herzegovina] are quick to point out that the large pine tree decorated with lights and holiday ornaments near the center of the base is not a Christmas tree," reported a December 29th Washington Times dispatch from NATO's Eagle Base in the city of Tuzla.