- n. Plural form of maple.
“I wonder when the next run of maples is due because if they don't have any at the mint I can't see there being a lot in the system. like my post said the maples scotia had were resale being 2001 no new ones”
“I am trying to understand how much the bank is adding to the price (over their 'high-volume' spot price per oz or their 'high volume' purchase price of maples from the mint).”
“Some of the small oak leaves, especially those of the younger trees, are the deepest crimson; the sugar maples are faintly colored; the scarlet maples, on the contrary, are pure green, seeming to have given all their color to the flowers; the mountain maples are highly colored, and the bracts of the moose-wood are quite rosy, as well as some of their leaves.”
“One can easily understand why the orioles should often choose the drooping spray of the elm for their pendulous nests – though they build in maples and locusts also – but it is not easy to see why so many different tribes should all show such a very decided preference for the maples.”
“Then following the street with trees irregularly planted on either side, a few here, a few there, we counted forty-nine nests, all of which were in maples, although several elms and locusts were mingled with these; frequently there were several nests in the same maple.”
“Mike Heavey’s doorbelling schpiel to residents of West Seattle’s Genesee Hill, a visibly blue-color area dominated by post-WWII tract housing and Japanese maples, is short and sweet: He introduces himself, lets the voter know he’s running for the House seat in the 34th, and says that he’s a Democrat.”
“The maples were the best, showing off deep purply-crimson leaves.”
“The maples are the same as those in Washington, already described, but”
“Some trees such as maples and birches will "bleed" or lose sap from pruning cuts made early in the spring.”
“A: We're living in the pollen belt here in north Alabama and it's coming from grasses and trees such as maples, oaks and cedars.”
Looking for tweets for maples.