There is the majestic dome of the long-leaved Southern pine, rising high over all the other trees, as in 106 Italy the stone-pine.
Its seeds were represented to be as large as those of the stone-pine, and eatable.
Jup was not forgotten, and he ate with relish some stone-pine almonds and rhizome roots, with which he was abundantly supplied.
The stone-pine and wild-olive are perhaps the only trees found growing in a natural state.
Perhaps the best idea of their figure may be obtained by fancying an Italian stone-pine grown out of recollection.
The sargassum and the almonds of the stone-pine completed the repast, during which the engineer spoke little.
Fritz picked up some of their missiles, and showing them to me, I recognized the cone of the stone-pine.
The remains of the capybara and some dozens of the stone-pine almonds formed their supper.
And the redwood is more beautiful even than the stone-pine of Italy.
Fritz picked up some of their missiles, and, showing them to me, I recognized the cone of the stone-pine.