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  • My new dress was torn from neck to hem and hurled away to land on a bush under the golden raintree.

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  • She started screaming that she wished the boys had killed her and left her dead under the golden raintree, for she deserved to die now that God had deserted her and failed her when she had prayed for Him to help.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • Suddenly a golden raintree loomed just ahead of me, and beneath it was a low, grassy mound.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • Was she expecting the best the day she was found dead under the golden raintree?

    My Sweet Audrina

  • Alas, I came home to find my beautiful raintree that grew in our front garden had been cut down for no reason that I can see.

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  • That's very distressing about your raintree - I am surprised it is allowed for anyone to cut down a tree that way.

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  • Common names include saman, monkey pod, raintree, cow tamarind, algarrabo and guango.

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  • Who can forget the kind of support the PR Aduns gave to one another as they tried to enter the State Assembly or the historic raintree State Assembly?

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  • "The driver was speeding and upon failing to negotiate a bend near Sigatoka Village, the three-tonne truck he was driving ran into a raintree causing the truck to fall into a creek," said ASP Ledua.

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