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A moderately high-density, fine-grained, durable, strong hardwood of North America and Europe. Whitish to light red-brown in color; used for small wood-turned parts and flooring.
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Results Premier Division: Beechwood Eden Easterside 6 Hope Church Sunderland 1.
Beechwood companies provide life and annuity reinsurance to primary insurance companies in the United States and internationally.
Now Beechwood staff are appealing for volunteers to help with a PS30,000, three-stage project to re-open and improve the villa's gardens.
Second-placedPacific kept the pressure on Beechwood as they ran out easy winners over Shillings in their Division Two clash.
Fixtures Premier Division: Jesmond Parish Church v Beechwood Eden Easterside, Newcastle Christian Life Centre United v Teesside Youth For Christ, North Shield's Christ Church v Stockton Churches Portrack.
Club president Dave Young said "There is a real buzz around Beechwood at the moment; the juniors are the future of the club and it's great to see so many of them enjoying their tennis and gaining success at tournaments.
The first show held in the grounds of Beechwood last year was oversubscribed and we managed to raise over pounds 750.
Results Premier Division: Emmanuel Church Durham 1 Beechwood Eden E'side 3.
Beechwood and Leamington's match started late and when floodlights went out at Earlsdon due to planning restrictions they only had a few points left to play.
Leonard Cheshire Disability's Beechwood, Edgerton currently cares for 24 disabled adults.
St Aloysius took the 02 Cup back to Huyton with-Roby with Malvern PS, Huyton, winning the Plate and Beechwood, also of Huyton, claiming the Shield.
has appointed Quorum Hotel Advisors, LLC (QHA) as its asset manager for The Westin Beechwood - Fort Worth Hotel and The Creeks at Beechwood golf course.