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a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface

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Lee Vining Canyon, off the Tioga Road near the eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park, provides some spectacular waterfall ice-climbing opportunities.
Vining Management specialises in the provision of project and cost management, facilities management and fund monitoring services and already operates in France.
Instead of using a gas to absorb and release heat, however, a thermoelectric device expands and compresses electrons, Vining explains.
The easiest and most attractive way to support twining and vining plants is with one of the new handcrafted trellises that are available by mail.
The unblemished look of the blood-red trumpet flower is without equal when it comes to flowers of rough and ready, everyday vining plants.
Anyone who hikes in Southern California has encountered this massive tendriled plant with the vining growth habit, five-lobed leaves and spiny, melonlike fruits.