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/ˈθu dʒə/ Show Spelled[thoo-juh] Show IPA. noun. 1.

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Chapter 3, Lesson 3 Homework
I love ngannen. I played the harp [mutated] ónen. I gave orthannen I lifted pęl he/ she/it withers thuia he/she/it breathes trastannen I harassed ú-velin.
Thuja plicata From Greek, thuia, for an evergreen, aromatic wood
From Greek, thuia, for an evergreen, aromatic wood, perhaps some juniper. Also Called: Canoe-cedar. Pacific red cedar.
A TREATlSE ON Thuja Occidentalis. TAKE NOTICE!
The name is also spelled Thuya and pronounced in accordance. An evergreen, coniferous American tree, from 20 to 50 feet in height.
Thuja occidentalis L. Family: Cupressaceae Northern White-Cedar
thuja comes from the Greek thuia, an aromatic wood (probably a juniper).
269 Morphological Description Geographical Distribution Ecology
articulata Murb. ; Thuja articulata Vahl. ; Thuya articulata Vahl.

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SKIEN - MÆLA Hel tomannsbolig - sentral beliggenhet - leieinntekter
Øvrig er tomten opparbedet med plen, thuia hekk og større løvtrær ned mot Mælagata. Standard Generelt bra standard med lyse overflater og gode løsninger. Gang (vest) med fliseplater på gulv, Mdf panel på vegger og malte plater i tak.

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Thuia - Vicipaedia
Thuia est arbor familiae Cupressacearum quae comprehendit etiam cupressos. Cognomen in America septentrionali est arbor vitae, propter folia perennia.
Massimo Rispetto + Thuia + Monakella Spasulati Band 29 Agosto
Sep 11, 2010 Massimo Rispetto + Thuia + Monakella Spasulati Band 29 Agosto 2010.mp4. dottoriupiarlu 58 videos.
thuya nom masculin (grec thuia) - Encyclopédie Larousse
Conifère ornemental voisin du cyprès, aux rameaux aplatis, couverts d'écailles foliaires, et aux très petits cônes. Le thuya occidental ...
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thuja or thuya [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]. —n.

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