- New Latin from Sequoyah (1760-1843), Cherokee man who invented a system of writing for his people's language, from Cherokee sikwayi, of unknown meaning and origin. (Wiktionary)
“Destruction from this cause is, however, rapidly diminishing both the giant Sequoia and its near ally the noble redwood (_Sequoia sempervirens_), a tree which is more beautiful in foliage and in some other respects more remarkable than its brother species, while there is reason to believe that under favorable conditions it reaches an equally phenomenal size.”
“The Act would also transfer the Giant Sequoia National Monument from the Forest Service, which persists in logging in the sequoia groves despite its national monument status, to the Park Service which has a better track record on preserving the sequoias in the neighboring Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park.”
“A view from their boat looks out on the Washington Monument, and the former presidential yacht, the Sequoia, is docked nearby.”
“My husband and I just got back from 5 days of camping with our 3 kids (7, 5, and 17 months) in Sequoia National Park.”
“Harvested trees in Sequoia National Forest are stacked July 2004 in an area burned during the massive McNally fire two years before in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.”
“Authorities uncovered more than $1 billion worth of pot plants in Sequoia National Forest this week.”
“Like Ron Conway did in an e-mail message to his portfolio companies earlier this week, Sequoia is bringing back messages it sent to entrepreneurs in 2000.”
“Initially, when I called Sequoia they said it was an anomaly.”
“Sequoia tried to pass this off as an anomaly but one official would not accept this minimization of the problem as she corrected Sequoia "" Initially, when I called Sequoia they said it was an anomaly.”
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