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Synonyms for arbor

tree (as opposed to shrub)

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any of various rotating shafts that serve as axes for larger rotating parts

a framework that supports climbing plants

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Experimentante-proceso modificativo-modo-termino: Aprendeu atallos e fixose, moi nova, amiga dos carreiros e das arbores (MDB, 162).
Interesting park elements, imprescriptibly components (pavilions, arbores, tea houses, sheds, hunter, gardener's houses, etc.
siue animal est mundus, siue corpus natura gubernabile, ut arbores, ut sata, ab initio eius usque ad exitum quicquid facere quicquid pati debeat, inclusum est.
Parce que les objets sont ostensiblement arbores par les Peres et accessibles a la vue de tous ceux qui visitent leur cabane, ils suscitent la parole.
The Arbores Laetae video (of the rotating trees in Parliament Street) was part of the trailblazer launch for MADEUP and, while contributing to strong media coverage, it did not achieve anywhere near the same results.
31) PVC, II: 423: 'Proposuit igitur frequenter equitare ante Tolosam cum exercitu quem habebat, ut et munitiones que circa Tolosam erant multe et fortes everteret, arbores decorticaret, segetes et vineas exstirparet (tempus siquidem messionis instabat) .
El parrafo quizas mas citado es el siguiente: "Nam ad petras et ad arbores et ad fontes et per trivia cereolos incendere, qui est aliud nisi cultura diaboli?
Councilor-at-Large Gary Rosen said many homeowners were confused about the term "host tree," believing such trees, or arbores in botanical jargon, were actually infested.
XI: <<Surgentes autem, ingenti luctu et moerore simul et timore venimus in locum alium, in quo arbores multas et maximas vidimus, habentes similitudinem ficorum: 227 in ramis autem ipsis volatilia multa, similia avibus coeli, voce humana fortiter clamabant, dicentia: Parce nobis, Domine, qui plasmasti nos; parce nobis, misericors, quia peccavimus ante faciem tuam, super omnem terram>>.
Arbores Laetae (Joyful Trees) was situated on the corner of Parliament Street and Great George Street and transformed a brownfield site, situated on a key arterial route on the edge of the city centre, into a beautiful wooded space for contemplation.