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- adj. Relating to forestry (cultivating forests for harvest).
- v. Obsolete spelling of forestall.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to forests.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining or relating to or derived from forests: as, forestal rights.
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Ordenamiento Ambiental del Territorio plan de accion forestal.
La importancia del componente forestal en pequenas fincas ganaderas de Costa Rica, pp. 175-82.
Opportunities and constraints for sustainable tropical forestry: lessons from the plan piloto forestal, quintana roo, Mexico.
Opportunities and constraints for sustainable tropical forestry: lessons from the plan piloto forestal, quintana roo, Mexico. 5.
In mediæval country life, then, commons might be either manorial or forestal.
In this manner, men of irregular habits anticipate and forestal every hour of their lives, and pleasure and pain alternate, till pain, like debt, accumulates, and sinks its patient below the level of the world.
I will forestal their repair hither, and say you are not fit.
Enterprising tourists wishing to explore the great forests and to scale the mountains should endeavour to procure letters of introduction from the chief forestal authorities at Ajaccio, Corté,
Stop, stop, Ferdinand; you must not forestal our history.
May I add, that I do not think that any of the notes I have seen hitherto, with reference to this subject, invalidate the supposition of the origin being forestal; all that they