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  • noun Plural form of maple.


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  • I wonder when the next run of maples is due because if they don't have any at the mint I can't see there being a lot in the system. like my post said the maples scotia had were resale being 2001 no new ones

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  • I am trying to understand how much the bank is adding to the price (over their 'high-volume' spot price per oz or their 'high volume' purchase price of maples from the mint).

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  • One can easily understand why the orioles should often choose the drooping spray of the elm for their pendulous nests – though they build in maples and locusts also – but it is not easy to see why so many different tribes should all show such a very decided preference for the maples.

    Rural Hours

  • Then following the street with trees irregularly planted on either side, a few here, a few there, we counted forty-nine nests, all of which were in maples, although several elms and locusts were mingled with these; frequently there were several nests in the same maple.

    Rural Hours

  • Some of the small oak leaves, especially those of the younger trees, are the deepest crimson; the sugar maples are faintly colored; the scarlet maples, on the contrary, are pure green, seeming to have given all their color to the flowers; the mountain maples are highly colored, and the bracts of the moose-wood are quite rosy, as well as some of their leaves.

    Rural Hours

  • Mike Heavey’s doorbelling schpiel to residents of West Seattle’s Genesee Hill, a visibly blue-color area dominated by post-WWII tract housing and Japanese maples, is short and sweet: He introduces himself, lets the voter know he’s running for the House seat in the 34th, and says that he’s a Democrat.

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  • The maples were the best, showing off deep purply-crimson leaves.

    Hot Pursuit

  • The maples are the same as those in Washington, already described, but

    Steep Trails

  • Some trees such as maples and birches will "bleed" or lose sap from pruning cuts made early in the spring.

    Simi Valley Acorn

  • A: We're living in the pollen belt here in north Alabama and it's coming from grasses and trees such as maples, oaks and cedars.

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