a trade union ban on any development that might be considered harmful to the environment
arm of Lake Michigan, extending into NE Wis .: c. 100 mi (161 km) long
See greens fee
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a very easy run, suitable for complete beginners
A green tax is a tax that encourages people not to harm the environment, or helps pay for things that are good for the environment.
Green tea is a pale type of tea grown mainly in Japan and China, and usually drunk without milk .
a yellowish-green colour
Something that is sea-green is a bluish-green colour like the colour of the sea.
a bright light green or moderate yellowish-green
grass or a garden at the back of a house, esp a tenement
the Australian Test cricket cap
a medium blue colour; azurite
a type of bowling green in which the sides are lower than the middle
a person, esp a politician, who is in favour of taking extreme measures to tackle environmentalist issues
a green colour like grass
a variety of alder ( Alnus viridis ) common in temperate areas of the northern hemisphere
the algae of the phylum Chlorophyta, which possess the green pigment chlorophyll . The group includes sea lettuce and spirogyra
Green beans are long narrow beans that are eaten as a vegetable .
the narrow green edible pods of a green bean plant
A green belt is an area of land with fields or parks around a town or city, where people are not allowed to build houses or factories by law .
A Green Beret is a British or American → commando .
A green card is a document showing that someone who is not a citizen of the United States has permission to live and work there.
young ears of sweet corn, in the milky stage
a yellowish-green crab, Carcinides maenas, common in shallow waters along rocky shores
any of several earths or clays containing iron silicates used as a pale grayish-green pigment
jealous or envious
an award given to a bathing beach that meets EU standards of cleanliness
a flash of bright green light sometimes seen as the sun passes below the horizon, caused by a combination of the dispersion, scattering, and refraction of light
one of a pair of excretory organs in some crustaceans that open at the base of each antenna
glass in its natural colour, usually greenish as a result of metallic substances in the raw materials
a leguminous plant, Phaseolus aureus, whose seeds are used as food in India
a small heron, Butorides virescens, of subtropical North America, with dark greenish wings and back
any of several Australian parrots with a green or mostly green plumage
a signal to go, esp a green traffic light
a line of demarcation between two hostile communities
an area of parkland within a town or city, considered in terms of the healthier environment it provides
any of various species of a fungus (esp. genus Penicillium ) that produce greenish masses of spores
any fungus of the genus Penicillium that forms a bluish mass on decaying food, leather, etc
Green onions are small onions with long green leaves .
In Britain, a Green Paper is a document containing ideas about a particular subject that is published by the Government so that people can discuss them before any decisions are made.
The Green Party is a political party that is particularly concerned about protecting the environment.
peas eaten while fresh and immature
a unit of account used in calculating Britain's contributions to and payments from the Community Agricultural Fund of the EU
electricity generated in a way that is in keeping with conservation of the world's natural resources and improvement of the environment
a river in the western US, rising in W central Wyoming and flowing south into Utah, east through NW Colorado, re-entering Utah before joining the Colorado River. Length: 1175 km (730 miles)
a roof covered with vegetation, designed for its aesthetic value and to optimize energy conservation
A green salad is a salad made mainly with lettuce and other green vegetables.
any of a genus ( Opheodrys ) of harmless, small and slender, green colubrid snakes of North America
a soft or liquid alkaline soap made from vegetable oils, used in treating certain chronic skin diseases