Yellow Pine, a name sometimes given to the ponderosa pine, found in the western United States, and also to such southern pine trees as the longleaf, slash, shortleaf, and loblolly.
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Cucumber, a trailing vine of the gourd family. Its green fruit -- usually long and warty with crisp, white flesh -- is sliced and eaten raw in salads, or pickled with dill or other spices and eaten as a relish.