11 examples of Acacia in a sentence
Honey, garlic, cumin,
leaves, cedar oil.
trees are of a very low value but we need them to restore the micro-climate, to protect the soil and to shake out the grasses.
And in that area we started growing some
trees that you just saw before.
The people get that
timber which we have preserved with the bamboo peel, and they can build a house, they have some fuel wood to cook with.
Moreover, whereas traditional bioenergy feedstocks such as acacia, sugarcane, sweet sorghum, managed forests, and animal waste pose sustainability challenges, researchers at the University of Oxford are now experimenting with the more water-efficient succulent plants.
Then the sun reappeared, the hens clucked, sparrows shook their wings in the damp thickets, and the pools of water on the gravel as they flowed away carried off the pink flowers of an
It had no park, but the pleasure-grounds were tolerably extensive; and like every other place of the same degree of importance, it had its open shrubbery, and closer wood walk, a road of smooth gravel winding round a plantation, led to the front, the lawn was dotted over with timber, the house itself was under the guardianship of the fir, the mountain-ash, and the acacia, and a thick screen of them altogether, interspersed with tall Lombardy poplars, shut out the offices.
Thick, strong thorns, the points bent back (which were supplied from a dwarf
bush) were fastened to the ends of the creepers, by way of hooks.
The fastening was fixed with a strong
thorn which was found in the wood pile.
He touched up his horse and, having passed the
trees, saw a hired three-horse sledge coming from the station and in it a gentleman in a fur coat.
En arrivant en bas dans les jardins des soldats il tomba sur un
qui, vu d’en haut, lui semblait avoir quatre ou cinq pieds de hauteur, et qui en avait réellement quinze ou vingt.