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Use "yews" in a sentence
"The yew tribe has fewer genera or species; but the trees in America known as yews and hemlocks -- of which there are several varieties -- belong to it."
"Thus we have seen how, after recognising basaltic formations, the observers discovered flowers: they next see a lunar forest, whose 'trees were of one unvaried kind, and unlike any on earth except the largest kind of yews in the English churchyards.'"
"For conifers, such as yews, junipers and arborvitae, the advice isn't as straightforward."