Macaca Radiata Meaning in Hindi

Macaca Radiata Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Indian macaque with a bonnet-like tuft of hair
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Macaca Radiata Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "Economically, Pinus is the most important of all the genera of trees. There are vast plantations worldwide of several species, in the Southern Hemisphere as well as the Northern, like those of Caribbean pine (Pinus caribaea) near Brasilia and Monterey pine (Pinus radiata) just about everywhere."
- Colin Tudge, The Tree: A Natural History of What Trees Are

2. "Mas era primavera. Até o leão lambeu a testa glabra da leoa. (…) ‘Mas isso é amor, é amor de novo’, revoltou-se a mulher tentando encontrar-se com o próprio ódio mas era primavera e os dois leões se tinham amado. (…) Mas era primavera, e, apertando o punho no bolso do casaco, ela mataria aqueles macacos em levitação pela jaula, macacos felizes como ervas, macacos se entrepulando suaves, a macaca com olhar resignado de amor, e a outra macaca dando de mamar. (…) Ela mataria a nudez dos macacos. Um macaco também a olhou, o peito pelado exposto sem orgulho. Mas não era no peito que ela mataria, era entre aqueles olhos. De repente a mulher desviou o rosto, trancando entre os dentes um sentimento que ela não viera buscar, apressou os passos, ainda voltou a cabeça espantada para o macaco de braços abertos: ele continuava a olhar para a frente. ‘Oh não, não isso’, pensou. E enquanto fugia, disse: ‘Deus, me ensine somente a odiar’. ‘Eu te odeio’, disse ela para um homem cujo crime único era o"
- Quote by Clarice Lispector

3. "Probably the most important development in materials during the last few years has been that made by the plant geneticists who have been breeding fast-growing varieties of commercial timbers. Thus varieties of Pinus radiata (Weymouth pine) are now being planted which, in favourable conditions, will increase in diameter by up to 12 centimetres per year and may be fit for felling, as mature timber, in six years. So there is a good prospect of timber becoming a crop which can be grown on a short time-cycle. Nearly all the energy which is needed to make it grow is provided, free, by the sun. Presumably, when one has finished with a timber structure, it could be burnt to yield up most of the energy which it has collected while it was growing. This is, of course, in no way true of steel or concrete. Again, timber used to need lengthy and expensive seasoning in heated kilns, which used up a good deal of energy. As a result of recent research it is now possible to season sizeable soft-wood"
- J.E. Gordon, Structures: Or Why Things Don't Fall Down

 
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