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gumtree

1. any of various trees that yield gum, such as the eucalyptus, sweet gum, and sour gum
2. the wood of the eucalyptus tree
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I got mine for free via Gumtree thanks to Susan Calthorpe, of Sutton, Surrey.
The Gumtree advert read: "Free home cooked meal every Monday (or other arranged day) for family with children living on benefits or struggling to keep the fridge stocked due to unforeseen personal circumstances.
At the same time, we are warning anyone conducting any transaction over Gumtree or any similar website to take precautions to ensure their safety.
And Ahmed later called one of his victims threatening to blow up her house and kill her after she posted a photo-fit image of him on Gumtree in an attempt to track him down.
Operators of sites like gumtree must act responsibly by posting safe sex advice and other guidelines to minimise the risk of violent attack or worse.
His victims had responded to his notices on sites such as Gumtree, prosecutor Nicholas Gareth Jones told the court.
We got it on Gumtree and it looks fantastic in the living room.
AN aristocrat and animal rights campaigner has called for a ban on pet sales on internet site Gumtree.
David", if that's his real name, offered four tickets on Gumtree to one of last year's sold out Stones concerts at the O2, claiming he couldn't use them himself due to "family commitments".
Sohail Rashid, aged 20, used popular websites like Trade It, Gumtree, Bargain Pages, Friday Ads and Loot.
DON'T leave finding the perfect flatmate down to luck, try this equation, devised by flatshare website Gumtree.