Heb. tidhar, mentioned along with the fir-tree in Isa. 41:19; 60:13. This is probably the cypress; or it may be the stone-pine, which is common on the northern slopes of Lebanon. Some suppose that the elm, others that the oak, or holm, or ilex, is meant by the Hebrew word. In Neh. 8:15 the Revised Version has "wild olive" instead of "pine." (See FIR.)
Neither Santorum nor Gingrich has visited the pine tree State.
In November, Maine voters will vote on whether to ban using dogs, traps, and bait to hunt black bears in the pine tree State.
You remember that two years before, on the Alfred, he had first hoisted the pine tree emblem.
"Come with me and get on your pine tree outfit, Willie," suggested their leader.
Then he would set us upon the stump of the pine tree while he chopped the trunk and boughs for fuel.
So he leaped up into a pine tree, picked pine-cones and devoured the seed.
Have you a pine tree bent down to the ground and ready for me?
Then he took in his mouth some of the pitch from the pine tree.
He was looking up at an ape perched in a pine tree when the creature threw a heavy cone at him.
It was too wonderful to be sitting in the topmost branches of that pine tree.