eucalypt : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a tree of the genus Eucalyptus

  • Conrad writes movingly of Cotton's 1992 photo of a bird launching itself from a burnt eucalypt branch, likening it to the Platonic image of the soul's release from the body.
  • At Dymocks bookstore in the Sydney suburb of Ryde, the white paperback with the burning eucalypt leaf on its cover and the boast THIS IS THE STORY THE MEDIA WILL NOT TELL on the .
  • From this vantage point, looking west to flat-topped Mount Tomah, the first peak Caley reached, eucalypt-green ridges roll away like swell on an uneasy sea.
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  • Bob Brown in The Age
    The destruction of these carbon banks and the wildlife, the rare flora and water catchments has got to stop,Senator Brown told reporters. "It is three times worse for climate change previous assessments estimated and in tall eucalypt...

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