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buttonwood:

see plane treeplane tree,
 sycamore,
or buttonwood,
any species of the genus Platanus, deciduous trees of most temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, exclusive of Africa.
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buttonwood

Same as North American sycamore.
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Croton (cuttings) and buttonwood (cuttings and seedlings) with fully expanded leaves were used as the host tissues.
Information regarding territorial behavior was recorded at the boundary between two territories in a large buttonwood thicket adjacent to the cabin.
A second office is located in a ground-floor retail space at 88 Greenwich Street, a condo conversion developed by Buttonwood, and at least two more locations are in the works.
Speaking at the Bagehot Lecture at the Buttonwood Gathering, Mr King said: "Change is, I believe, inevitable.
Giving the Bagehot Lecture at The Buttonwood Gathering in New York City, Mr King said: "Change is, I believe, inevitable.
2 | Buttonwood Syrah Rose 2009 (Santa Ynez Valley; $16).
Summary: Former Finance Minister Jihad Azour participated in a conference organized by the New York Stock Exchange and the Economist magazine in New York, under the title of "The Buttonwood Gathering" with the aim of discussing necessary reforms that should be undertaken to increase confidence in the global financial system.
Other AZA institutions involved in trumpeter swan recovery include Bramble Park Zoo, Brookfield Zoo, Buttonwood Park Zoo, Detroit Zoo, Jackson Zoo, Kansas City Zoo, Louisville Zoo, Memphis Zoo, Milwaukee County Zoo, Minnesota Zoo, Oglebay's Good Zoo, Sedgwick County Zoo, the Wilds, and Toronto Zoo.
It has been over two centuries since securities traders began meeting informally under a buttonwood tree on Wall Street.
West Lake Trail is a boardwalk that takes visitors through mangrove and buttonwood forests.
Source: Buttonwood Group, LLP--"Benchmarking the Planning Process"