- n any of various spiny trees or shrubs of the genus Acacia
- None of the seven acacia trees in the front yard of Sam Morse's home in La Feria, Texas, seem different from any of the othersor from their countless cousins that thrive in the.
- From there it was a Land Cruiser ride to our first camp, set beneath acacia and a vast sycamore fig.
- Water features cascade throughout the hotel grounds; kingfishers skim across the artificial lakes; mongooses scurry among the syringa, acacia, flame lily and bougainvilleas, while .
- Bart Stupak in Petoskey News-Review
The Acacia provided essential navigational and search and rescue services in the northern Great Lakes. She also tended nearly 200 buoys and lighthouses and kept channels open by breaking ice,Stupak wrote. "This work is important for safety...
- Gregor Fisher in Glasgow Daily Record
Gregor says: "We showed it at the Odeon to a local audience, and they liked it. But I have no idea what Mr and Mrs Smith of Acacia Avenue in Fulham are going to think about it. I hope they'll like it. When it was on telly first time round it was...
- Wolff in ConfectioneryNews.com
Acacia trees produce gum for about 10 years in their 15 year long life, which means crops have to be constantly rotated,says Hinrich Wolff, president of the AIPG (Association for the International Promotion of Gums), and senior general...