The president said that a BP “evergreen” escrow would be set up for claims and will be managed by a third party.
Often compared to Diane Von Furstenberg, it is regarded as an “evergreen” brand, and one largely unfazed by passing trends.
Is the evergreen state—and those that may follow—ready for the green light?
But despite millions in state funding and tax breaks, evergreen shipped the bulk of its operations to China.
So instead, Wal-Mart opened in evergreen Park, one block outside the Chicago city limits.
We cannot be sure what species of evergreen Cæsar intended by abies.
He advanced a step toward her, disengaging himself from the evergreen.
The plant itself is an evergreen shrub with soft gray bark, and dark green laurel-like leaves.
At the entrance to the town an evergreen arch had been erected.
At a short distance from such a settlement you see no houses: nothing is visible but a dense grove of evergreen trees.
Adjective Having green leaves or needles all year. Evergreen trees lose their leaves individually on an ongoing basis, rather than losing all of them in a short period at the end of a growing season in the manner of deciduous trees. Compare deciduous.
Noun An evergreen tree, shrub, or plant, such as the pine, holly, or rhododendron.
: desperately searching the shelf of ''evergreen'' pieces, hoping to find some picture story that we could tie in with what was happening
[journalism senses so called because such material is perdurably useful]