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  • noun Plural form of ponderosa.

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Examples

  • Willis High was separated from the town proper by an especially large stand of oaks and acacias and ponderosas, and was located next to the Edward G. Willis Memorial Park.

    Baby Games

  • Subforests of small saplings grew in the shade of huge ponderosas.

    Baby Games

  • The ground near the top opened up beneath the towering ponderosas.

    The Huckleberry Murders

  • But I could see something like that happening in post-Wave America where groups of ‘patriots’ try to maintain their American way of life based in ponderosas or settlements relying upon a working population of Hispanic, African or Indian refugees…

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  • The ground near the top opened up beneath the towering ponderosas.

    The Huckleberry Murders

  • Reid, the ponderosas' bark smells like vanilla too, at least most people think so.

    Overnighter

  • And the heelers get their first real break of the day by the spring under the large ponderosas, after over five hours in the truck.

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  • As we drop over the divide, headed towards home, the aspens disappear and the road passes through heavier conifers, my lovely ponderosas.

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  • Most of the hillside scraped down to bedrock has ponderosas growing on or near it.

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  • Most of the ponderosas nearby have been cut down (it was hard to consent to that part of the project, I tell ya).

    grouse Diary Entry

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