Palm may refer to :

  • Palm, the central region of the front of the hand, see Hand#Human anatomy or metacarpus.

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Other articles related to "palm, palms":

Greenways (Ireland) - The Palm and May
... The Palm and May is prefixed with the fifth line from Spring, the Sweet Spring, a poem from Thomas Nashe’s poem cycle Summer’s Last Will and Testament “The ...
... Neera, also called sweet toddy or palm nectar, is a sap extracted generally before sunrise from the inflorescence of various species of toddy palms and used to quench thirst ... It should not be confused with the juice made from palm fruit ... of the coconut, sago, and Palmyra (Borassus flabellifer L.) palm, and scraping the tendermost part, just below the crown ...
Joseph Urban - U.S. Architecture and Interior Design
... Chicago, 1920 Wiener Werkstätte Showroom, NYC, 1922 Mar-A-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida, 1925–1926 Demarest Little Castle, Palm Beach, Florida, 1926 Paramount Theater, Sunrise Building, Palm Beach, Florida, 1926 ...
Palm Haven
... Palm Haven is an historic neighborhood of San Jose, California ... Developers Eaton, Vestal, and Herschbach built Palm Haven with wide parkways planted with Mexican Fan Palms and Canary Island Date Palms at equal intervals ... station in the same Mission-Revival style was built on an island at the foot of the Palm Haven Avenue entrance for a Palm Haven stop on the Peninsular Railway ...
Palm, Inc. - History - Logo Evolution Gallery
... Palm Computing logo (1992–2003) Palm, Inc ... logo (2000–2004) PalmOne, Inc ...

Famous quotes containing the word palm:

    The profoundest thoughts of the philosophers have something tricklike about them. A lot disappears in order for something to suddenly appear in the palm of the hand.
    Elias Canetti (b. 1905)

    Being blunt with your feelings is very American. In this big country, I can be as brash as New York, as hedonistic as Los Angeles, as sensuous as San Francisco, as brainy as Boston, as proper as Philadelphia, as brawny as Chicago, as warm as Palm Springs, as friendly as my adopted home town of Dallas, Fort Worth, and as peaceful as the inland waterway that rubs up against my former home in Virginia Beach.
    Martina Navratilova (b. 1956)

    The oft-repeated Roman story is written in still legible characters in every quarter of the Old World, and but today, perchance, a new coin is dug up whose inscription repeats and confirms their fame. Some “Judæa Capta,” with a woman mourning under a palm tree, with silent argument and demonstration confirms the pages of history.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)