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The Japanese bombed some of their villages, and "for their own protection" the US government relocated them to camps in the Alaskan forests, a place completely different from the windswept, treeless islands they knew.
The treeless island's residents are Yupik Eskimos with cousins in the nearby Chukotka region in Russia.
The Bathgate pro, winner of last year's Dunhill Links at St Andrews, reckons playing his fist Major in the States is not a total journey into the unknown on the treeless North Carolina course.
CROWS have been blamed for power cuts on a treeless island because they are building their nests on electricity poles.
The outbreak site, at an elevation of 4,825 feet in an arid, treeless region with small hills and rock outcroppings, is under a rock overhang.
From the landing station, you first see the buildings from afar, and as you trek through the green, treeless island, you quickly become convinced it was worth the effort to reach them.
Before attending the camp in 1997 and 1998, the Kansas City native was treeless about money.
Today, only the fog and williwaws visit the emplacements and rusting machines of war wasting away oft the tundra and treeless mountains, but here was a battle pitting warriors against each other and nature against all--a battle not to he forgotten in a place called Attu.
CORRECTION: Drilling for oil in a tiny corner of a treeless tundra 3,000 miles away will do little harm to local wildlife.
The old-timers referred to a hilltop glade, or 'knob,' as a bald, a word that describes the glade's most recognizable characteristic: treeless and brushless.
The old-timers referred to a hilltop glade, or `knob,' as a bald, a word that describes the glade's most recognizable characteristic: treeless and brushless.
Maruf lives in Shamshatoo, a 2-year-old community of more than 75,000 Afghan refugees that sprawls over treeless hills an hour outside Peshawar in northwestern Pakistan.
Despite the attempted reforestation projects of the past the hills and mountains of Timor Loro S'ae are still treeless and eroding.
They managed to build a kolkhoz, or collective farm, in the treeless region.
On the wind-swept treeless Canadian prairie, originally tamed by tough farm immigrants, sleek university offices and laboratories loom above a rare tree-lined river.