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- noun Plural form of
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The cabin overlooked a rough-seeded lawn that ran down to thick patches of underbrush and large zelkovas, whose upper reaches towered over even the old oaks that dominated much of the property.
And Humphreys has thousands of them, including zelkovas, which can live for about 1,000 years, said So Chong-haan, road and land management chief for the garrison's public works department.
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