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white pine

the dried inner bark of Pinus strobus, used as an ingredient in cough syrups.
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Next, cut two pieces of 19mm square white pine timber to fit on the inside the box base to hold the pebbles.
The software integrates with White Pine's MeetingPoint conference server, which provides many of the back-end functions needed for applications like videochat, collaboration, Internet event management and other multipoint applications.
"Several currant cultivars on trial at Corvallis show no signs of white pine blister rust under natural conditions," says Hummer.
White Pine Press, which celebrates its twenty-fifth birthday this year, has been a leader in the field.
I'll last a while since I'm the tallest, best white pine in the country - the Michigan white pine - the symbol of the great state of Michigan.
We hypothesized that height growth of red maple (Acer rubrum L.) and white pine (Pinus strobus L.) advance regeneration was minimal in the study forest.
He described a "great white pine, spruce swamp full of old trees lying on the ground or leaning against live ones.
The Swiss poet Klaus Merz's Unexpected Development (Unerwarteter Verlauf) appeared this year with White Pine Press, accompanied by translations by Marc Vincenz.
New York, NY, October 06, 2017 --(PR.com)-- White Pine Trading, a leading diamond and jewelry wholesaler, has launched Bright Society, an innovative e-commerce platform serving both independent jewelers and global consumers.
Get ready to welcome some new faces to White Pine Bay!
The Missoula Housing Authority owns and manages 45 public housing units on the Northside, "in direct proximity to the White Pine Sash Facility."