- From Ancient Greek πóa (poa, "fodder"). (Wiktionary)
“Dia mundial do bambolê, aka World Hoop Day, in Poa, Brazil.”
“Often a weed grass called Poa annua establishes, and the bare areas then turn into what looks like nicely mowed golf courses, mowed by rabbits.”
“Ephemeroids such as Poa bulbosa, Carex pachystilis and species such as Artemisia cina, A. serotina, Phlomis salicifolia, and Cousinia syrdariensis are characteristic.”
“The small remaining areas of coastal tussocks, such as Poa astonii, provide habitat for several species with limited distributions including an endemic chafer beetle, Prodontria praelatella.”
“_ The "Poa" belongs to this order, yielding that kind of grass cloth fibre, now abundantly imported into England from the”
“Ms. Wall notes that at some remote point in the past — it's not clear when — ancient forests and canebrakes were cleared and the good soil seeded with Poa pratensis, or bluegrass, which is not blue but is very good fodder.”
“From other opposition parties there are Tony Tan, Hazel Poa and Benjamin Pwee, who had benefitted from government scholarships and served in the Administrative Service.”
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“Principle communities include tussock grasslands of Stipa spp. and xerophytic cushion grasses of Poa spp. interspersed with bushes of Schinus magellanicus and Condalia microphilia, among other species.”
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