This limited selection was perhaps augmented by pion nuts, yucca fruit, and other indigenous products found in abundance.
Do not forget next week at the home of Endora, on the Mountain of pion.
The pion saplings, which the dancers also pretended to swallow, had no deceptive arrangement.
But he turned and scrambled up a rocky bank into the pion woods that border the benches of the Meteetsee.
By-and-by they came to a marvelous cave in the Hill of pion and entered into it and feasted, and presently they hurried on again.
The dense forest consists of pion pine, juniper, Douglas fir, and western yellow pine.
I refer to the pion pine, of which there are several species.
The new fronds of the pion had expanded to full size and now their needles quivered in the heat of the almost summer-like day.
Both the pion and the camass are largely utilized even at the present day for food by the Indians.
But the pion is a pushing sort, it establishes itself upon the slightest invitation.
A meson occurring either in a neutral form with a mass 264 times that of an electron and a mean lifetime of 8.4 × 10-17 seconds or in a positively or negatively charged form with a mass 273 times that of an electron and a mean lifetime of 2.6 × 10-8 seconds. The pion was once believed to be the particle that mediates the strong force, which holds nucleons together in the nucleus; it is now believed that the gluon is the mediator particle. Pions do interact with nucleons, however, and are able to transform neutrons into protons and vice versa. Also called pi-meson. See Table at subatomic particle.