Foreskin Forestage

Forest

Meanings and phrases

forest

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n.
  1. the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area; wood; woods
  2. land that is covered with trees and shrubs; woodland; timberland; timber

forest

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v.
  1. establish a forest on previously unforested land; afforest

Argonne Forest

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n.
  1. an American operation in World War I (1918); American troops under Pershing drove back the German armies which were saved only by the armistice on November 11; Meuse; Meuse River; Argonne; Meuse-Argonne; Meuse-Argonne operation

Black Forest

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n.
  1. a hilly forest region in southwestern Germany; Schwarzwald

De Forest

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n.
  1. United States electrical engineer who in 1907 patented the first triode vacuum tube, which made it possible to detect and amplify radio waves (1873-1961); Lee De Forest; Father of Radio

Lee De Forest

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n.
  1. United States electrical engineer who in 1907 patented the first triode vacuum tube, which made it possible to detect and amplify radio waves (1873-1961); De Forest; Father of Radio

New Forest

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n.
  1. an area of woods and heathland in southern Hampshire that was set aside by William I as Crown property in 1079; originally a royal hunting ground but now administered as parkland; noted for its ponies

Petrified Forest National Park

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n.
  1. a national park in Arizona having the world's largest collection of petrified coniferous trees

Sherwood Forest

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n.
  1. an ancient forest in central England; formerly a royal hunting ground; said to be the home of Robin Hood and his merry band

forest fire

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n.
  1. an uncontrolled fire in a wooded area
E.g.
  • The news spread to everywhere like a forest fire.
  • Drained peat is also at very high risk of forest fire.
  • 7000 l folding containers, forest fire fighting equipment).

forest fire fighter

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n.
  1. an official who is responsible for managing and protecting an area of forest; fire warden; ranger

forest goat

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n.
  1. cow-like creature with the glossy coat of a horse and the agility of a goat and the long horns of an antelope; characterized as a cow that lives the life of a goat; spindle horn; Pseudoryx nghetinhensis

forest god

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n.
  1. one of a class of woodland deities; attendant on Bacchus; identified with Roman fauns; satyr

forest red gum

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n.
  1. tall tree of Queensland and New South Wales and Victoria; Eucalypt tereticornis

forest tent caterpillar

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n.
  1. larvae of a gregarious North American moth that spins a web resembling a carpet rather than a tent; serious defoliator of deciduous trees; Malacosoma disstria

rain forest

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n.
  1. a forest with heavy annual rainfall; rainforest
E.g.
  • Like Grande Comore, it retains stands of rain forest.
  • An ATV tour is a great way to experience the rain forest.
  • It inhabits creeks in the rain forest.

riparian forest

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n.
  1. woodlands along the banks of stream or river

temperate rain forest

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n.
  1. a rain forest in a temperate area

tropical rain forest

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n.
  1. a rain forest in a tropical area; selva

virgin forest

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n.
  1. forest or woodland having a mature or overly mature ecosystem more or less uninfluenced by human activity; old growth
E.g.
  • The Boulder River Wilderness contains some of the last substantials tracts of lowland virgin forest in Washington state.
  • These farmers, including Ramírez's family, were moved to so-called "colonies" on the Caribbean coast, at the time virgin forest.
  • As a result the area has not been used for forestry for over 200 years and thus gives the impression of almost being a virgin forest.

forest fires

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E.g.
  • Lightning in particular caused many forest fires.
  • ", a UAV looking for forest fires.
  • The CFS's emergency telephone number for reporting forest fires was 1515.

lowland forest

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E.g.
  • This is a bird of lowland forest and other woodlands.
  • It is found in wet lowland forest in Panama, Guyana, Peru and Brazil.
  • It may be at risk from clearance of lowland forest throughout its range.

montane forest

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E.g.
  • It prefers lowland habitats and montane forest up to .
  • It occurs in lowland and lower montane forest in southern Brazil.
  • Here, it grows in a tropical montane forest among bamboo and pandans.

forest area

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E.g.
  • The forest area was originally established in 1956.
  • About 7% of the state is protected forest area.
  • 82% of the forest area is in private ownership.

forest floor

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E.g.
  • They fly just a few meters above the forest floor.
  • It is a long drop to the forest floor below...
  • It is commonly found in forest floor, rocky hillslopes.

through the forest

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E.g.
  • There is also a 1.3 km hiking trail through the forest.
  • However, the cannibals awaken and chase them through the forest.
  • A king is travelling to through the forest, but quickly gets lost.

dense forest

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  • It is set amidst a dense forest cover on a cliff.
  • It is a dense forest shelter for a variety of fauna.
  • Historically, this area was covered by dense forest.

forest cover

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E.g.
  • It is set amidst a dense forest cover on a cliff.
  • About (1%) of forest cover is planted forest.
  • Iceland currently has about 2% forest cover.

pine forest

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E.g.
  • Vegetation includes grasslands and pine forest.
  • — Pablo, Pilon and Jesus Maria sleep in the pine forest.
  • It features a number of historic sites and a native pine forest.

state forest

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E.g.
  • a state forest or national forest).
  • The 92 mile (148 km) Midstate Trail passes through the state forest.
  • The 6.6 mile Longleaf Nature Trail is located within the state forest.

former forest

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E.g.
  • In addition, each former president has been allotted a state-owned dacha in the former forest preserve in Koncha-Zaspa.
  • The narrow-gauge railway, a former forest railway, was opened in 1949 and has a total length of , of which is currently operational.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, moist savanna, subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland, swamps, and heavily degraded former forest.

degraded former forest

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  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, moist savanna, subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland, swamps, and heavily degraded former forest.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical swamps, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, swamps, and heavily degraded former forest.
  • Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical moist montane forests, subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland, swamps, and heavily degraded former forest.

forest land

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E.g.
  • Canada has about of forest land.
  • The proportion of forest land varied considerably from region to region.
  • Most forest land in Ireland is maintained by state forestation programmes.

forest areas

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E.g.
  • The forest areas are hilly with plateau at the top.
  • In the forest areas there were rarely wealthy farmers.
  • Most forest areas are in the centre, east and west parts of Bosnia.

forest products

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E.g.
  • Exports of forest products in 2003 totalled $25.7 million.
  • The place was famous for rice, hill produce, and forest products.
  • Natural resources include bauxite, forest products and paddy crops.

moist lowland forest

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E.g.
  • It is found in the Amazon basin in Brazil where it lives in moist lowland forest.

forest management

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E.g.
  • As of 2016 there was no effective forest management.
  • The Provincial court, rail and forest management offices are in Radom.
  • The fee for staying overnight goes to community development and forest management.

deciduous forest

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E.g.
  • The dry deciduous forest consists of teak, tendu and bamboo.
  • It is classified as an Eastern Highlands moist deciduous forest.
  • The Asiatic lion's habitat is dry scrub land and open deciduous forest.

tropical forest

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E.g.
  • In the north, the cerrado blends into tropical forest.
  • They are found in tropical forest regions of Indo-China and Malesia.
  • "Pereskia" species superficially resemble other tropical forest trees.

dry forest

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E.g.
  • The habitat consists of gallery forests and dry forest.
  • It includes of southern tropical dry forest and a lake.
  • The habitat consists of Guinea savanna and dry forest mosaic.

national forest

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E.g.
  • In Fevzi Pasha there is a park in the national forest.
  • a state forest or national forest).
  • Along the way are national forest campgrounds located near Steuben.

boreal forest

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E.g.
  • The north-flowing part flows through thinly populated boreal forest.
  • The wind carries scents of the Saint Lawrence River and the boreal forest.
  • Northern Alberta is mostly covered by boreal forest and has a subarctic climate.

forest habitat

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E.g.
  • The forest habitat is noted as an endangered ecological community.
  • At the same time, humans destroyed the forest habitat of the dodos.
  • It can also penetrate into the forest habitat, but has low density there.

open forest

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E.g.
  • It is believed to have been an open forest browser.
  • It grows in moist, grassy places and in open forest.
  • In occurs naturally in woodland, open forest and heathland.

forest near

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E.g.
  • Fewer than 200 plants survive in grassy forest near Wingham.
  • This orchid occurs in grassy woodland and forest near Gosford.
  • Only about fifty plants survive in grassy forest near Kempsey.

secondary forest

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E.g.
  • mangrove, secondary forest, plantations and scrub.
  • A secondary forest road will loosen the western part of the Bignell Creek valley.
  • It is found in several types of forest, including secondary forest and coffee plantations.

cloud forest

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E.g.
  • It is also Puerto Rico's highest cloud forest.
  • It is considered an indicator species of the cloud forest.
  • "The cloud forest is stunning," said Hill.

forest edges

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E.g.
  • The habitat consists of forests and forest edges.
  • The habitat consists of forest edges and shaded lawns.
  • Typical habitat for it is on river banks and forest edges.

moist montane forest

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E.g.
  • It is found in moist montane forest in the Atlantic Forest region of southeastern Brazil, including the states of Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Paraná.

coniferous forest

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E.g.
  • This paved trail includes signs that interpret the coniferous forest.
  • It is a plant of many habitats, including temperate coniferous forest.
  • It is mainly a coniferous forest with Sitka Spruce being the main species.

evergreen forest

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E.g.
  • In Laos, they have been observed in extensive evergreen forest.
  • This bat lives in evergreen forest.
  • The evergreen forest is situated by the river "Goain" and linked with the channel "Chengir Khal".

mangrove forest

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E.g.
  • It also has extensive mangrove forest and seagrass fields.
  • The mangrove forest has an area of about 10.1 hectares or % of the island.
  • The project goes through of mangrove forest and through of beach, both within area.

forest canopy

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E.g.
  • Adults are found in the forest canopy.
  • This forest canopy like the shade coffee has been found to provide a diverse ecosystem.
  • First identified in 1923, it inhabits moss that grows on rocks underneath the forest canopy.

forest reserve

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E.g.
  • The forest reserve consists of two mountains that are surrounded by villages.
  • A forest reserve with an area of is situated at the extreme northwest of the plateau.
  • Maquipucuna Maquipucuna is a 6,000 hectare (14,820 acre) cloud forest reserve in Ecuador.

mixed forest

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E.g.
  • The main natural vegetation cover in Europe is mixed forest.
  • In temperate Europe, mixed forest with both broadleaf and coniferous trees dominate.
  • In Thailand, it was recorded in a hill evergreen bamboo mixed forest in Phu Khieu Wildlife Sanctuary.

native forest

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E.g.
  • The native forest were replanted with plantations of fast growing species such as "Pinus radiata".
  • These sections of the Ōpārara River, while still in dense native forest, can be reached by a forestry road.
  • The species grows particularly in areas that native forest once occupied but was removed and invades pasture lands.

nearby forest

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  • He managed to escape on his horse to a nearby forest.
  • Angel escapes the house and runs into a nearby forest.
  • Some reached the nearby forest, but most of them were caught and killed.

forest resources

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E.g.
  • Human activities, including harvesting forest resources, can negatively affect forest ecosystems.
  • Likewise, the strong shipbuilding heritage of the province directly relates to its forest resources.
  • The green color symbolizes the forest resources, and blue represents the abundance of rivers and lakes.

hardwood forest

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E.g.
  • Found in mixed hardwood forest habitat, is attracted at night with a light.
  • The canopy of the mesic upland hardwood forest at Belt Woods is dominated by tulip poplar and white oak.
  • Mount Grace supports a predominantly northern hardwood forest as well as stands of red spruce near its summit.

forest road

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E.g.
  • A forest road branch serves the west side of the latter bay.
  • A forest road branch serves the upper part of this watercourse.
  • A forest road running west of Pascagama River serves Hanotaux Bay.

primary forest

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E.g.
  • There are also areas of dipterocarp primary forest.
  • All "Rhinopithecus" species inhabit primary forest and grid cells with tree cover ≥ 75% might constitute important potential habitat.
  • Preferred habitat appears to be lowland primary forest, but they have also been recorded in secondary forest, bamboo and logged forest.

forest lands

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E.g.
  • In between, the highway runs for in rural UP forest lands.
  • The surrounding forest lands near the highway provide trees for the mill.
  • The highway passes through forest lands outside of the communities along the highway.

oak forest

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E.g.
  • A dwarfed oak forest covers the mountain's summit.
  • The White Oaks Trail winds through an oak forest.
  • The Foloi oak forest is located in the municipal unit.

forest habitats

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E.g.
  • Marmosets can be found in a number of forest habitats.
  • It grows on slopes in chaparral, woodland, and forest habitats.
  • Species are present over much of the world's temperate and boreal forest habitats.

forest roads

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E.g.
  • Some forest roads serve the upper part of this valley.
  • Cottage roads comprise about as much and forest roads about .
  • The valley of this river is served by a few branches of forest roads.

sclerophyll forest

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E.g.
  • The species is found in wet sclerophyll forest and rainforest margins on sandy soils.
  • The fruit bodies of "Cortinarius basorapulus" grow underground in dry sclerophyll forest.
  • The environments range from alpine area on the higher mountains, to sclerophyll forest and to woodland.

natural forest

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E.g.
  • The amount of natural forest in Western Europe is just 2–3% or less, in European Russia 5–10%.
  • It is located in Lwivala natural forest which local communities perform rituals and traditional ceremonies.
  • His stairway at Villa Mairea, he evokes feelings of a natural forest by binding beech wood with withes into columns.

large forest

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E.g.
  • I grew up by a large forest of fir trees.
  • Ivory Coast has a large timber industry due to its large forest coverage.
  • Native Americans cleared large forest and grassland areas for the new crop.

surrounding forest

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E.g.
  • Slowly the surrounding forest became clean.
  • Presence of Leopard has been reported from the surrounding forest area.
  • Shot and injured himself, Graham then heads into the surrounding forest.

growth forest

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E.g.
  • The biggest threat to the murrelet is the loss of the old growth forest to logging.
  • There is also a trail that leads into an old growth forest along the river above the lake.
  • The area has as much as 534 acres of old growth forest; eight percent of the area has trees over 100 years old.

forest reserves

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E.g.
  • It covers of which is in forest reserves.
  • In addition, Tanzanian forest reserves lack effective protection.
  • In 1905, his department gained control of the national forest reserves.

forest trees

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E.g.
  • It was later planted with forest trees.
  • "Pereskia" species superficially resemble other tropical forest trees.
  • The major forest trees are pine, spruce, birch, willows, rowan, aspen, common and gray alder.

forest types

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E.g.
  • The Sierra de Palmas covers the largest area of all forest types in Toro Negro.
  • The main layers of all forest types are the forest floor, the understory and the canopy.
  • This neutral effect of fertilization was not found to be true in all mangrove forest types.

within the forest

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E.g.
  • There are several open areas and meadows within the forest.
  • Other gates were between subdivisions within the forest such as Colgate.
  • There have also been sightings of the Southern silvery kingfisher and the Philippine eagle within the forest.

forest zone

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E.g.
  • The plateau also marks the northernmost limit of the forest zone.
  • This barrier is what induces high rainfalls in the coastal Atlantic forest zone.
  • The habitat consists of forests, open country in the forest zone and Guinea savanna.

thick forest

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E.g.
  • There was a thick forest all around.
  • Inner parts of the island are uninhabited and covered with thick forest.
  • This land mainly consists of mixed gardening(34%), thick forest and scrub(19%).

forest and woodland

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E.g.
  • UNESCO's forest and woodland 'subformations').
  • It is a plant of mountain forest and woodland.
  • The small ant orchid grows in forest and woodland between Kingaroy and Toowoomba.

tropical dry forest

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E.g.
  • It includes of southern tropical dry forest and a lake.
  • Cerro Blanco Forest Cerro Blanco Forest (Spanish: "Bosque Protector Cerro Blanco") is a tropical dry forest reserve in the Guayas Province of Ecuador.
  • The forest fragments that still survive are primarily found along the coastal mountain ranges of Mache-Chindul, Jama-Coaque, and Chongon-Colonche, and include tropical dry forest, tropical wet forest, tropical moist evergreen forest, premontane cloud forest, and mangrove forest.

swamp forest

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E.g.
  • Two layer of plants can be seen in the swamp forest.
  • In Borneo, it has also been recorded in peat swamp forest.
  • This only swamp forest in Bangladesh is located far from Sylhet.

wet forest

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E.g.
  • It occurs in lowland wet forest in Amazonian Peru.
  • It occurs in lowland wet forest from eastern Ecuador to western Brazil (Rondônia).
  • The wet forest in which it grows has a biodiverse fauna of reptiles and amphibians.

moist forest

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E.g.
  • Most of the loss occurred in the moist forest biome, with .
  • These habitats include moist forest and high rock plateaus known as tepuis.
  • "Corybas fimbriatus" is widespread and common, growing in heath and moist forest.

small forest

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E.g.
  • Most private forest owner held small forest (under 200 hectare).
  • Hart's Woods Hart's Woods is a small forest located in Perinton, New York.
  • They later stopped at a small forest called Ikpabiraba Daba and stayed there for some days.

forest industry

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E.g.
  • The main occupation of the locals was the forest industry and sawmills.
  • Finland possessed large ore reserves and a well-developed forest industry.
  • This forest industry provided year-long employment for the pioneer settlers of Metis.
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