Translation for 'pinery' from English to Russian
NOUN   a pinery | pineries
(сосновый) бор {ж}
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Translation for 'pinery' from English to Russian

(сосновый) бор {ж}лес.
Usage Examples English
  • Visitors to Pinery Provincial Park may access free wireless internet at the Visitor Centre provided by the Friends of Pinery Park.
  • The spacious grounds were tastefully laid out in lawns and orchard, orange plot and pinery.
  • The 8th Independent Battery Wisconsin Light Artillery, nicknamed the "Lyons' Pinery Battery," was an artillery battery that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
  • Two miles inland, the cemetery on Indian Cemetery Road in the Pinery dates from the 1840s, and is unique in its use of "spirit houses" instead of the more traditional gravestones.
  • The Borovitskiy Hill derives its name from the Russian word "бор" ("bor") - "pinery".

  • A Republican, Frizell represents Colorado House of Representatives District 45, which includes the Douglas County communities of Castle Rock, The Pinery, and Castle Pines Village.
  • The Old Ausable Channel is a self-contained waterway in Lambton County, Ontario, Canada that runs through the Pinery Provincial Park and the community of Grand Bend.
  • The Pinery Provincial Park and the Lambton Heritage Museum are located seven kilometres south of Grand Bend.
  • Pinery is a locality in South Australia's lower Mid North.
  • In the quaint town of Pinery Grove, Georgia, he lives under the loving care of his family, striving to overcome the day-to-day struggles that surface.

  • The Green Book of Ukraine includes 14 plant communities among them rare for Ukraine pine forests with undergrowth of juniper communities featuring spruce, located on the southern edge of the range, as well as rare for Polissia leucobryum pine forest, bearberry pinery, thorny ground-pinery, arctic dwarf birch grouping and others.
  • It was through this gap that many oxen wagon trains entered into Colorado Springs. A road through Templeton Gap was the most direct route to get lumber from Pinery, now Black Forest.
  • In 1864, William Plimley was raising pineapples in Shepherd's Bush, in his "forcing pinery", but the Western expansion of the railways would soon see the fields of Shepherd's Bush replaced with houses.
  • Through his control of this office, Putnam became a powerful force in the Chippewa Valley pinery.
  • Castle Rock borders three communities, all to its north; from west to east, they are Castle Pines Village, the city of Castle Pines, and The Pinery.

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