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die

verb be no more, breathe one's last, cease living, cease to exist, decease, demise, depart, end one's life, lose one's life, meet one's death, mori, mortem obire, part with life, pass away, pass on, perish, relinquish life, rest in peace, succumb to death, suffer death, vita decedere
Associated concepts: die at any time without issue surviving, die by his own hand or act, die in performance of duty, die intestate, die leaving issue, die seised and possessed, die simultaneously, die without children or issue, die without heirs, die without issue, die without lawful issue, testamennary dispositions
See also: decease, expire, pattern, perish, stamp, succumb, terminate
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The percentage of damage in on different parts of Cypress trees, in the studied area indicates that two-third of die back and more, (Grade3), from top of tree is allocated most of the damage between the damaged trees (42%), and concerning the way it, appears in the tree and concerning reports about Cypress Die back at the level of afforesting, it indicates that outbreaks has occurred over the last years and is still continuing (picture 6).
Any stubs left behind can die back and allow an entry for disease.
Deadhead as soon as the flowers fade and continue to water plants until they naturally start to die back.
After it had flowered, I let it die back but recently noticed the new leaves are three inches tall already.
The mainly mature oak trees - part of the Gisborough Estate - are about 150 years old, but have suffered from a condition called die back, which means that large branches wither and die and can fall at any time, causing a possible danger to traffic and pedestrians.
When dahlias die back to the ground in the fall, cut off their dried leaves and stems, but do not extract their bulbs.
Cut down marginal plants as their leaves die back for the winter.
As herbaceous plants die back, cut them to the ground and compost the cuttings.
There were areas covered with short-lived Virginia pine starting to stagnate and die back.