an Australian acacia tree, Acacia cyanophylla, introduced in the 19th century into South Africa, where it is now regarded as a pest
[pawrt-luh nd, pohrt-] /ˈpɔrt lənd, ˈpoʊrt-/ noun 1. a seaport in NW Oregon, at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. 2. a seaport in SW Maine, on Casco Bay. 3. a town in S Texas. /ˈpɔːtlənd/ noun 1. Isle of Portland, a rugged limestone peninsula in SW England, in Dorset, connected to the […]
noun 1. a type of hydraulic cement usually made by burning a mixture of limestone and clay in a kiln. noun 1. a cement that hardens under water and is made by heating a slurry of clay and crushed chalk or limestone to clinker in a kiln
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[“Communicating Parallel Processes”, J. Kerridge et al, Soft Prac & Exp 16(1):63-86 (Jan 1986)].
/ˌpɔːtˈliːʃə/ noun 1. a town in central Republic of Ireland, county town of Laois: site of a top-security prison. Pop: 12 127 (2002)