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  • noun Plural form of aspen.

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Examples

  • The real reason American waterfowlers return year after year to this vast patchwork of sprawling grainfields pocked with watery low spots and edged with golden-leafed aspens is to experience hunting as it must have been in the States in the 1950s: wide open spaces, cheap room and board at mom-and-pop motels, and friendly farmers who grant permission to hunt for the price of a handshake.

    Waterfowling for Ducks and Geese in Canada

  • BUT, the bright yellow leaves of the aspens were a stark contrast to the grey overcast day, a reminder of what it is like to be a light in the darkness.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • BUT, the bright yellow leaves of the aspens were a stark contrast to the grey overcast day, a reminder of what it is like to be a light in the darkness.

    Welcome to Sunny? Colorado

  • One of the best places for viewing the aspens is the area around Glacier Gorge Junction.

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  • One of the best places for viewing the aspens is the area around Glacier Gorge Junction.

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  • His now infamous and widely mocked "aspens" letter to an imprisoned Judith Miller renders that otherwise absurd question a reasonable one.

    How to ensure you get indicted, by Lewis Libby

  • His now infamous and widely mocked "aspens" letter to an imprisoned Judith Miller renders that otherwise absurd question a reasonable one.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Already, researchers have found detrimental effects from pest and disease infestation as a result of warmer temperatures that have begun killing off trees such as aspens, white bark pines and Douglas fir.

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  • In the past few years aspens have received a great deal of attention from naturalists as the trees have a specialised fauna and flora of their own.

    Country diary: Straithnairn

  • Seen from above, the mountains of central Colorado are a snow-covered mosaic of meadows, aspens and lodgepole pines.

    David Frey: Protecting West's Forests From Global Warming "Moral Issue," Gore Says

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