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  • I stood there in the snow, staring into the bony, white-barked trees beyond the graves, not able to move, not able to breathe, until Mina kissed me on the cheek and wrapped an arm around me.

    Kings of Colorado

  • I stood there in the snow, staring into the bony, white-barked trees beyond the graves, not able to move, not able to breathe, until Mina kissed me on the cheek and wrapped an arm around me.

    Kings of Colorado

  • Killeen and the others of her race were born fully formed from the fruit of a great white-barked tree far to the south.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • Killeen and the others of her race were born fully formed from the fruit of a great white-barked tree far to the south.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • Killeen and the others of her race were born fully formed from the fruit of a great white-barked tree far to the south.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • Killeen and the others of her race were born fully formed from the fruit of a great white-barked tree far to the south.

    Guild Wars: Ghosts of Ascalon

  • As they continued to climb, more familiar growths made their appearance, but the verdure was still dominated by the strange white-barked trees of the lowlands.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • In the richest forests, up to 80 percent of the emergent trees are dipterocarps, although the white-barked Koompassia tree (Laurelaceae) is a readily identifiable emergent as well.

    Borneo lowland rain forests

  • They then proceeded seven miles on a north-east course; then meeting with some white-barked gum-trees, appearing to run to the north-west, followed them for three miles, crossing a gum and grass plain.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • I grab my binoculars and take off running towards the croaky voice, crossing a dry arroyo towards a grove of (you-guessed-it) white-barked sycamore trees.

    One and Two

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