GREEN PINE

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GREEN PINEUHF Airborne Early Warning Communications System
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Perhaps his eyes, fixed so steadfastly upon the distant horizon, were not, as it seemed, following the graceful outline of that grove of dark green pine trees, but were indeed searching back into the corners of his life, measuring up the good and evil of it, asking the eternal question--was it worth while?
My days in the woods were not very long ones; yet I usually carried my dinner of bread and butter, and read the newspaper in which it was wrapped, at noon, sitting amid the green pine boughs which I had cut off, and to my bread was imparted some of their fragrance, for my hands were covered with a thick coat of pitch.
To the north of that, again, there comes another cape--Cape of the Woods, as it was marked upon the chart--buried in tall green pines, which descended to the margin of the sea.
When they issued from the stunted woods which clung to the barren sides of the mountain, upon a flat and mossy rock that formed its summit, they met the morning, as it came blushing above the green pines of a hill that lay on the opposite side of the valley of the Horican.
Mahaban and Malka are the mountainous sites of Buner, mostly enclosed by green pine forests all around.
With the vision of "Becoming one of the most valuable investment institutions", Green Pine Capital is playing active roles in funding & nurturing early to high growth-stage innovative enterprises.
The South Korean military is also operating the ground-based missile defense radar system Green Pine and the early warning aircraft Peace Eye under stepped up military readiness status to prepare for a potential rocket launch, according to Yonhap.
The density of the vivid green pine needles pulls viewers
Walk along a green pine tree line wearing a light brown marsh grass camo pattern and you're busted.
"From the 1960s to 1980s Turkish popular cinema - dubbed Yesilcam (Green Pine) - produced a large number of films that borrowed storylines and ideas from American blockbusters and pop culture," reports Nathan Williams for BBC News, in describing a 1979 Turkish remake of Richard Donner's 1978 The Return of Superman.
The council's sanctions committee named the three blacklisted companies as Green Pine Conglomerate, Amroggang Development Banking Corporation and Korea Heungjin Trading Company.
Also part of the deal is a Green Pine radar system, which Israel uses for its missile defense system.