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low deal of woods

French translation: faible boisement


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14:23 Aug 25, 2008
English to French translations [PRO]
Geography / habitat
English term or phrase: low deal of woods
This particular crake, which is in danger of extinction all over the world, needs open planes with high bushes, a high level of groundwater and a low deal of woods for successful breeding.

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Carine Dubois
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French translation:faible boisement
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Local time: 15:13
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3 +5faible boisement
Michel A.



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faible boisement


Michel A.
Local time: 15:13
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