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  • n. Plural form of pinewood.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • ACOTE BLANCO, pinewoods from the achote blanco pine used to maintain fires and also for hot water heaters.

    Temezcal y Xun - the sweatlodge

  • As a developing rural economy "the pinewoods have an assured future", it said.

    Letters: Keeping it arboreal – the truth about our forests

  • The blaze had seemed to come out of nowhere, surprising those caught in its path and scything a lethal swath through the olive groves and pinewoods of Sparta.

    Caesars’ Wives

  • Mays had not been speeding, but the sight of a black man driving a Mercury convertible in the dead of night in the pinewoods of North Carolina was sufficient cause to stop him.

    WILLIE MAYS

  • And in fifty-seven games he had hit .389, driven in fifty-four runs, and smacked fifteen homers, striking deep blows into the pinewoods of the South that people would talk about for decades.

    WILLIE MAYS

  • It's a unique combination of pinewoods and ocean and marsh air.

    Maria Rodale: Greetings from Maine: The Top 10 Things I Love about "Vacationland"

  • But it would be difficult to imagine more different surroundings: there, green pinewoods and splashing water; here, ice, nothing but ice.

    The South Pole~ On the Barrier

  • Looking for nightjar nests to help a research project in the sandy heaths and pinewoods of Breckland in Norfolk, I went out with thirty other people and we tramped for six hours backward and forward beating the ground with canes like a blind army, through heath land, bracken, and foxgloves, stumpy leftovers of cropped pine woods and prickly new plantations.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Driving with the windows down, you can appreciate distinctly cooler temperatures, the sharp smell of pinewoods and fleeting hints of riverbank barbecues.

    Summer Road Trips

  • The landscapes of the Kazakh upland include steppe, shrublands, pinewoods, lakes, and wetlands.

    Kazakh upland

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