The procession continued on to the cypress Hill Cemetery, where Ramos was buried the week before.
It is more like a sweet wine with hints of dried apricots, grapefruit pith, cypress, and lemons.
Even more striking were her findings regarding one of the cypress beams.
Investigators with the cypress Police Economic Crimes Unit had been quietly building a case and chose this moment to arrest them.
There were also beams of cypress and several other types of wood.
They were strange lovers, these two—like frost upon a cypress tree; yet summer lay all around us.
The Princess smiled on the children as she came down the cypress trail.
Hidden behind spires of cypress, Olivet stood outside the walls, a sun-dyed white building deep under brown eaves.
See that cypress, waving from the breeze which is now stirring, and look!
They adhere to the tree throughout the year, while the leaves of the larch and cypress shed in the fall.
type of evergreen tree (sacred to Pluto), late 12c., from Old French cipres (12c., Modern French cyprès), from Late Latin cypressus, from Latin cupressus, from Greek kyparissos, probably from an unknown pre-Greek Mediterranean language. Perhaps related to Hebrew gopher, name of the tree whose wood was used to make the ark (Gen. vi:14).
(Heb. tirzah, "hardness"), mentioned only in Isa. 44:14 (R.V., "holm tree"). The oldest Latin version translates this word by ilex, i.e., the evergreen oak, which may possibly have been the tree intended; but there is great probability that our Authorized Version is correct in rendering it "cypress." This tree grows abundantly on the mountains of Hermon. Its wood is hard and fragrant, and very durable. Its foliage is dark and gloomy. It is an evergreen (Cupressus sempervirens). "Throughout the East it is used as a funereal tree; and its dark, tall, waving plumes render it peculiarly appropriate among the tombs."