a pine tree, Pinus pinaster, having long thick needles and large clustered cones, native to the Mediterranean coastal regions.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a point of a net having the property that the net is frequently in each neighborhood of the point. 2. . 3. a point of a filter having the property that every neighborhood of the point has points in common with every set in the filter.
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[kluhch] /klʌtʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to seize with or as with the hands or claws; snatch: The bird swooped down and clutched its prey with its claws. 2. to grip or hold tightly or firmly: She clutched the child’s hand as they crossed the street. 3. Slang. to spellbind; grip a person’s emotions, […]