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  • n  tropical American trees with palmately compound leaves and showy bell-shaped flowers

  • Castao was waiting on the beach, surrounded by 30 hulking paramilitaries hidden among giant ceiba trees.
  • To be specific, it is a black spider monkey (Ateles paniscus) swinging through the topmost branches of a ceiba tree in the rain forest in Suriname, the former Dutch Guyana, north .
  • The city's parks, well shaded with omb, palm, ceiba, and shiny-leafed magnolias, were crowded with lovers, fashionable ladies with fashionable dogs, plain people out for a .

  • Ron Brenneman in Reuters
    To be honest we are not spending a lot of time on (La Ceiba),said Petro-Canada Chief Executive Ron Brenneman at the Reuters Global Energy Summit in New York. "We don't particularly see that development likely going ahead."

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