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Ena Thio Treea Tesera Pende or ένα δίο τρέα τέσερα πένδε
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A treeA family tree is one possibility. Hair is another.
Examples of things that have a top and a bottom are:Your legsa boxa buildinga mountaina bottlea staircasea garmenta test tubea pagea vehiclea treea hole in the ground
The Marula TreeA South African tree commonly known as the Marula Tree (Sclerocarya birrea). Popularly supposed to supply many African animals with the means to get drunk.
pronouciation 1-ena 2-theo 3-treea 4-tessaira 5-penday 6-exee 7-epta 8-octo 9-ennaya 10-theka
Michigan Christmas Brian D'arcy JamesWhen I was a little boy, and Christmas time drew ever nearI dreamed of all the things I'd long to see beneath the treeA ball a bat a Tigers cap, perhaps a ten-speed bikeI'd ride with Mike McArdle 'round the boulevard for hoursOh, if only Santa Claus would bring the things that I would likeBut now I'm so much older, and live so far awayAnd what I want for Christmas is so different now todayI want a Michigan Christmas, with Michigan snow on the Saginaw treesAnd I want to be home with my familyA Michigan Christmas is all that I'm asking for pleaseI want a Thumb of the mitten, the Mackinac Bridge, a Lake Michigan breezeAnd I want to be home with my familyA Michigan Christmas is all that I'm asking for pleaseNew York has a Christmas tree, bigger than you would believeAnd in Paris, the game, is drinking ChampagneFrom fine crystal glasses on New Years EveBut I know a place that is special, where memories linger as sweet as your dreamsAnd I want a Michigan Christmas, a Michigan Christmas is all that I'm asking forI want a Michigan Christmas, with Michigan snow on the Saginaw TreesAnd I want to be home with my familyA Michigan Christmasâ€¦A Michigan Christmas is all that I'm asking for please
There are many ways or reasons a tree can fall:an old treea hollowed out treea diseased treean old, diseased, OR healthy tree hit by lightningan old, diseased, OR healthy tree compromised by windSo, a tree can creak before falling or come down without prior creaking. When it falls, words we most likely associate with that sound are: thud, boom, crash, etc. The branches can hit branches on other trees as the tree falls; this can make a swishing, crunching, or knocking sound--or a little of each.
Use words that describe the type of the tree it is (apple, oak, etc.), its color, how high it is, does the wood have a scent (ie Ponderosa pines smell like vanilla), how the leaves are placed on branches and so on. Appeal to the visual and other senses.greenbrownhardwettallshortcolorfulbighugetinydeadfallenclimbingAlso, it depends on if the tree is the typical tree, in which adjectives could be:leafygrandmassivebroadstrongtallimmenseshady (as in providing shade, not a shady buisnessman...be careful how youuse that one)If the tree is not the typical tree however, and it is more like trees that have lost their leaves, then possibly:eeriewillowybarehowling (describing the sound maybe made from the wind)menacing (or any other word that could mean scary: frightening, chilly, creepy,spooky)