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The winemaker experimented with this, fermenting it in chestnut, acacia and French oak barrels, then blending it with wine in stainless-steel tanks.
Leave a Note Adjacent to Kruger National Park, this three-lodge camp is surrounded by groves of acacia thornveld and marula trees on the Sand River.
Leave a Note Gorgeously sited on a low grassland knoll among desert palms and Kalahari acacia, this camp in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans comprises green canvas tents and a main canvas pavilion for communal meals.
Hiding in the bushes and in branches of acacia trees, snipers were training their rifles.
There are white-barked ghost trees that gleam in the sun, mangoes, acacias, and the mahua tree, its flowers beloved by elephants and humans alike.
Ilicic’s own bow is made of acacia, firm yet elastic wood, its surface dotted with knots.
Natural movement, a fitness trend that uses the architecture of nature as your gym, is a growing trend in Nairobi; the city is full of lush green spaces, where bamboo and acacia trees share space with a type of prickly bush known as agave sisalana.
The Australian government is considering a proposal to build one of the world’s largest coal mines in this remote locale, known as the Galilee Basin, where acacia and eucalyptus trees grow wild between scattered creeks.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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