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boxwood

1. the hard close-grained yellow wood of the box tree, used to make tool handles, small turned or carved articles, etc
2. the box tree

boxwood

A fine-grained, very hard, dense wood, white to light yellow in color; esp. used for turned work and inlay.
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Geranium Street Floral has artificial boxwood balls in stock that range in size from 12" to 21," sells topiaries and artficial hedges.
"Multiple factors, including the wide gap between leasing supply and demand, rising rents and measured growth in property prices, conspire to spur small-cap CRE investors," said Boxwood Means Principal Randy Fuchs.
Unilever, the owner of Wall's ice cream and the Cornetto brand, said it had written to Ramsay's company when it ``became aware that they were using the Cornetto trademark in the name of one of his puddings on the Boxwood Cafi menu''.
Through Boxwood, each association's career center is integrated seamlessly with its existing Web site and established brand.
Boxwood is a middle market investment banking firm that is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia.
This contract is for the realization of benefits of size boxwood embroidery located in the gardens assigned to the public establishment of the Palace, Museum and National Estate of Versailles.
Reeds Dark Blue' rosemary and boxwood, as well as 12-foot-tall hornbeam trees (Carpinus) that are trained on bamboo stakes.
Small-cap commercial real estate asset prices could reach new highs when final 2014 figures arrive, promoting a second year of robust small-balance loan originations, reported Boxwood Means, Stamford, Connecticut.
Evergreen hedges composed of arborvitae, hemlock, boxwood, holly or yews (Taxus) are expensive to purchase and slower to develop into a functional hedge, whereas their need for only one or two shapings a year makes maintenance easier.
Besides Ivy Fence Rolls, Geranium Street Floral has artificial boxwood balls in stock that range in size from 12" on up to 21," artificial boxwood hedges, artificial flowers.
Some shrubs propagated in this manner are spirea, boxwood and azalea.
These charming gardens have grown around the ruins of an old castle and its ancient walls are festooned with rambling roses and clematis framed by topiary yews and boxwood.