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Navy search planes flew over Nikumaroro a week after her disappearance and saw nothing related to the aviator: not a human, not an airplane or the debris of one, not a smoke signal, not an SOS written with palm fronds.
Additionally, another brief outage occurred Thursday shortly after 2 p.m., when a palm frond interfered with power lines on Burgoyne Lane, north of Baptiste Way.
Remove fronds from stalks and coarsely chop; thinly slice stalks.
Partly as a result, fuzzy fronds are flourishing in British greenhouses.
Most of the palms were still standing, and in most cases two or three small fronds were already pushing out from their tops.
For the herbs, use a mix of mint, dill, parsley, or chervil; fennel fronds work too.
Those in the promenade carried giant palm fronds, as well as smaller palm shoots tied in the form of crosses.
Top with mint, fennel fronds (if using), and pepper.
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Origin and Etymology of frond
First Known Use: 1785See Words from the same year
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Definition of frond for English Language Learners
: a large, long leaf
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