(from the article `tung tree`) ...has large leaves, lobed or unlobed, attractive white flowers with reddish centres, and apple-sized globular fruit. The tung and its relatives, the ...
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Muhammad Ali Dynasty family tree
The Muhammad Ali Dynasty ruled Egypt without interruption from Muhammad Ali`s seizure of power in 1805 until the proclamation of the Republic in 1953. Eleven individuals (all of them men) ruled Egypt during the dynasty`s 148-year lifespan. Due to the polygamous unions of several 19th-century rulers...
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(Morus) These deciduous (leaf-losing) trees, commonly known as Mulberry trees, grow wild in North America and Asia. Mulberry trees can grow to good sizes, but when out in the open, usually develop a short, stout trunk and a thick, wide head of branches. Mulberry trees are long lived and often rejuve...
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The result of the debate was keep. - Mailer Diablo 17:56, 28 December 2005 (UTC) ===Ben Devlin=== I`ve removed a speedy tag from this aticle as I believe it should be listed here. Theresa Knott | Taste the Korn 07:54, 22 December 2005 (UTC) ...
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Multipurpose trees are trees that are deliberately grown and managed for more than one output. They may supply food in the form of fruit, nuts, or leaves that can be used as a vegetable; while at the same time supplying firewood, add nitrogen to the soil, or supply some other combination of multipl...
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In combinatorics and order-theoretic mathematics, a multitree may describe either of two equivalent structures: a directed acyclic graph in which the set of nodes reachable from any node form a tree, or a partially ordered set (also called a diamond-free poset) that does not have four items a, b, c...
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