from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A pendulous branching lichen, Usnea barbata, resembling hair.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A pendulous branching lichen (Usnea barbata); -- so called from its resemblance to hair.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A lichen, Usnea barbata, having a thallus with numerous small pendulous branches. See Usnea (with cut).
- n. A South American name of the long-moss, Tillandsia usneoides. See long-moss, and cut under Tillandsia.
Add 'treebeard' to the INSTALLED_APPS section in your django settings file.
Blah, to quote treebeard "There is no curse in Elvish, Entish, or the tongues of men for this treachery."
Are you mad at Peter Jackson if treebeard recites poetry?
November 12th, 2002 · Posted by: Susan in Announcements for anyone interested, click on link below to see treebeard …
Download a release from the treebeard download page or get a development version from the treebeard subversion repository.
Efficient Materialized Path tree implementation for Django django-treebeard is a Python library that implements efficient tree implementations for the Django Web Framework 1. 0+.
Each one has it's own strength and weaknesses (see Benchmarks) but share the same API, so it's easy to switch between implementations. django-treebeard uses Django Model Inheritance with abstract classes to let you define your own models.
Create a new model that inherits from one of django-treebeard's abstract tree models: mp_tree.
you remember the noble ent, don't you? i don't think i would eat treebeard. he was pretty cool. he stomped some orcs, and called out a war upon the tower because his trees were killed. he is definitely not on my table.
As long as I finally get to see Samothrace, I'll be happy as a clam. treebeard said ... if i wasn't sick, i'd definitely go to this. samothrace put on one of the best live sets i've ever seen, i've been listening to across tundras for awhile, minsk is fucking sick as hell, indian's good from what i heard and i'm curious about kogh.