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  • noun Plural form of bine.

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Examples

  • Hop to It bines, oast Hops grow on 20-foot-long plants called bines that climb a trellis of twine and wire strung from tall poles.

    Week in Words

  • The bristly bines grow 10 feet tall or higher, and can be an irritant.

    Beer: The pursuit of hoppiness

  • Bernard originally had a partner, horticultural expert Stan Driver, but Driver chose to drop out of the venture and now works as a consultant for Blue Mountain Brewery, which has 500-600 hop bines of its own.

    Beer: The pursuit of hoppiness

  • Bernard says he modified a cherry picker to rip the bines off the trellises, and set up a system of pulleys to drop them into a tower, where three hired hands stood ready to pluck off the cones.

    Beer: The pursuit of hoppiness

  • Too much wine and cheap champagne, too many bines, but it's always the same.

    brodyblakk Diary Entry

  • But such paintings are “in time,” and stylistic critics such as Leo Spitzer (1962) and Murray Krieger (1967) argue specifically, and Coleridge and Croce generally, that literature is an object or artifact, that poetry can ultimately be spatial or “still,” that the reader com - bines the sequential details into a spatial moment, that

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Galileo's conception of natural necessity, which he explains by occasional remarks in his Dialogues, com - bines the Platonic conviction that the structure of the universe is expressible in mathematical language, with the Baconian conviction that the truth of any scientific law or theory must be established by experiment and observation.

    NECESSITY

  • However, the article as a whole makes it clear that eclecticism requires both imaginative genius, the gift to combine and explain, and the ability to gather evi - dence and to put facts to the test; only he who com - bines (objective) experimental and (subjective) system - atic eclecticism, like Democritus, Aristotle, and Bacon, may claim to be a truly eclectic philosopher in

    ENLIGHTENMENT

  • Burke has become a philosopher aiming at a system which com - bines psychoanalysis, Marxism, semantics, and “what - not” with literary criticism.

    LITERARY CRITICISM

  • The concrete was first placed in the foundations up to the elevation of the bottom of the conduit bines, this work, of course, being kept well in advance; next followed, in the order named, the sand-walls, water-proofing, conduits, bench-walls, and finally the arch.

    Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, vol. LXVIII, Sept. 1910 The Bergen Hill Tunnels. Paper No. 1154

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