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Carol is feverishly trying to locate Cypress on the map
Forget the map and Cyprus. Try to locate your brain, airhead.
Cypress: Any of various evergreen trees or shrubs of the genus Cupressus, native to Eurasia and North America and having opposite, scalelike leaves and globose woody cones.
b. Any of several similar or related coniferous trees, such as the bald cypress.
c. The wood of any of these trees.
Cyprus: An island country in the eastern Mediterranean Sea south of Turkey. Site of an ancient Neolithic culture, the island was settled by Phoenicians c. 800 b.c. and thereafter fell successively to the Assyrians, Egyptians, Persians, Macedonian Greeks, Egyptians again, and finally Romans (58 b.c.).
2. Cypress branches used as a symbol of mourning.
Let us know when you find it. We'll celebrate by giving you an Orthopedic Head Support. I'll even autograph it for you.