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beech, beechwood

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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Beechwood second team are going down after losing 4-0 to Leamington.
However, Beechwood moved through the gears with further goals from Karl Berry, Richard Cook and a Stiockton own goal to seal a brilliant 5-2 win, with Matthew Martin bagging Stockton's second.
Beechwood raced into a 4-0 half-time lead with Danny Seaman and Karl Barry netting two counters each.
He will serve as asset manager of the Beechwood Hotel and assume day-to-day management of the renovation process.
The money we've raised has enabled us to remodel the garden and create full wheelchair access," said Beechwood volunteer co-ordinator Gemma McCorkindale.
Captain Harry Sixsmith launched a massive throw in to the Beechwood area, defender Aaron Emberton couldn't clear with his head and the ball made its way across the face of the goal where Eddie O'Rourke nodded home from close range.
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The brewer will now use one beechwood chip maker, the Beech Manufacturing Co.
Danbird travelled very well and is jumping out of his skin," said Steve Knowles of Beechwood Grange.
Beechwood men and women have also become champions of the Coventry league and it has been a tradition for years for the champions of both cities to play each other at the end of the summer season.
Beechwood came out strongly and took the lead after 12 minutes through a Danny Edwards goal converted from a corner, taking his season's tally to 50.
Beechwood was one of the first sports clubs in the region to win a lottery grant when, in 1996, it was awarded pounds 139,750 through the Sports Council Lottery Awards to develop its clubhouse.