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blackwood,

name for several trees, especially an acaciaacacia
, any plant of the large leguminous genus Acacia, often thorny shrubs and trees of the family Leguminosae (pulse family). Chiefly of the tropics and subtropics, they are cultivated for decorative and economic purposes.
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Blackwood

Algernon (Henry). 1869--1951, British novelist and short- story writer; noted for his supernatural tales
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Blackwood could see the real estate bubble building and started developing his REO services business in time to capitalize on the fallout.
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But Blackwood, 35, of West Bromwich, will be only 42 if he is freed in the minimum time.
After the case Det Sgt Graham Sanders of West Bromwich Police said: "Although the victim of this crime was very elderly, her attention to detail enabled us to channel our investigations and quickly identify Blackwood as the culprit.
He passed on to stand-off Clark Laidlaw who fed Blackwood to finish.
It's a wonderful way to entertain the kids and teach them about history and diplomacy at the same time,'' Blackwood said.
When Mr Blackwood, Mrs Rowe's nephew, arrived on the scene the two men went upstairs and there was a struggle between Ashton and the victim.
Built on the center's grounds on a 25-acre site in Blackwood, the facility will house 290 long term care patients in five units and 150 psychiatric care patients accommodated in six units, including isolation units.
Randy Blackwood is the first of many Florida Nationwide Insurance agents using Laserfiche to archive client records and policy information," said Terry Hilliard of Connectivity Business Systems, a Laserfiche reseller based in Titusville, Fla.
Velvet Coalmine - which launched last night and runs until tomorrow - opened with a tribute to Blackwood's most famous band, Manic Street Preachers with a screening of Bafta awardwinning director Kieran Evans' documentary Culture, Alienation, Boredom and Despair at the newly opened Maxime Cinema in Blackwood.
Blackwood who have not enjoyed the best of seasons being in the bottom half of the Championship table responded swiftly with a magnificent touchdown by Mark Williams.
Wanderers were always on the back foot although they managed to pin Blackwood deep in their own territory thanks to the hard work of the pack and the sound tactical kicking of Ianto Griffiths.