“Mirotic comes from the Korean word "miro" (which means "maze") and the English suffix”
“The island is visited by Pitcairn islanders once or twice each year, chiefly to cut "miro" Thespesia populnea and tao from which carvings are made for sale to visitors to Pitcairn, and sandalwood Santalum hendersonense.”
“Un niño miro a su mamá con mirada de mártir y abrazó su pierna.”
“Entonces miro a un niño, su cara reflejaba el maximo panico, sus ojos brillosos, transparentaban la serie de comentarios que su madre le dio antes de salir de casa, me sente a su lado me miraba, asombrado, por mi “valentia” al no traer cubrebocas.”
“Al mismo cielo lo miro con otro color nada es nuevo solo que te conocí. wendy devlin”
“Al mismo cielo lo miro con otro color nada es nuevo solo que te conocí.”
“Then everytime there was a problem OPRAH could have OBAMA on her show?? miro”
“The common podocarps are: rimu (Dacrydium cupressinum), thin-barked totara (Podocarpus hallii), miro (Prumnopitys ferruginea), and kohekoe (Dysoxylum spectabile).”
“Hardwoods, miro Thespesia popuinea and toa Cordia subcordata also occur.”
“Management objectives outlined in this document include: establishment of a management authority comprising representatives of the various interested parties; avoid further degradation of the coastal miro and toa woodland; prevent the introduction of exotic flora and fauna; ensure that visitors do not damage the island in any way; and the introduction of a significant fee for stopping at Henderson.”
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inspired by people commonly known by their first name: people are more likely to know their last name than their first: not famous enough to be eponyms though
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