from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The one-leaved piñon or nut-pine, Pinus monophylla: so called because there is only one leaf in a bundle.
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- n. pinon of southwestern United States having solitary needles and often many stems; important as a nut pine
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Salmon Bay Bridge,1914, 200 foot opening span, single-leaf bascule bridge
It's a coloured xylograph, single-leaf prints from about 1450.
The nuts of the single-leaf pine and our common piñon, _Pinus edulis_, are delicious when eaten out of hand and both of these trees are hardy in this latitude, but they do not grow as rapidly here as they do upon the arid mountains and under the conditions of their native habitat.
Thus, Javellina, the single-leaf hedge-rose, is associated with lines indicative of "the sweet purity of youth."
The certificates pertain to British Standard 476 (Part 22) and apply to single-leaf and double-leaf doors.
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