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haw,

common name for several plants, e.g., the hawthornhawthorn,
any species of the genus Crataegus of the family Rosaceae (rose family), shrubs and trees widely distributed in north temperate climates and especially common in E North America.
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 and the black haw (see honeysucklehoneysuckle,
common name for some members of the Caprifoliaceae, a family comprised mostly of vines and shrubs of the Northern Hemisphere, especially abundant in E Asia and E North America.
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haw

1
1. the round or oval fruit (a pome) of the hawthorn, usually red or yellow, containing one to five seeds
2. another name for hawthorn

haw

2
the nictitating membrane of a horse or other domestic animal
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While in Siem Reap, Haw gathered 'evidence' for the show, compiling images in her head of what she wanted to paint in New York City.
Newfoundland children's literature often focuses on local animals, and Wow Wow and Haw Haw is no exception; however, foxes and crows live in many places besides Newfoundland and Labrador, making the book relatable beyond provincial borders.
In a clear indication of his car's power, Haw zoomed ahead early and was never really troubled on his way to a maiden victory.
The judge hearing the application ruled that bail should be granted despite concerns Haw may flee or interfere with witnesses.
Haw did not live long enough to see the outcome of the final court bid to remove him, dying of cancer in Germany, where he was being treated.
Miriam Karlin and Brian Haw deserve a round of applause for their life's work.
tv said that "our father" Mr Haw had lost his battle with lung cancer.
Haw set up a protest camp in Parliament Square in 2001, in opposition to the UK and US foreign policies.
VETERAN anti-war campaigner Brian Haw has died, a message on his website said yesterday.
Outgoing joint president Joyce Haw presented the chain to Anna Giraud, Margaret Wilkinson, Anne Chadwick, Josie Firth and Tricia Ashton.
One of the areas benefitting from these efforts is the Haw River Valley, now home to seven wineries: Grove Winery & Vineyards, The Winery at Iron Gate Farm, Benjamin Vineyards and Winery, SilkHope Winery, Glen-Marie Vineyards and Winery, Wolfe Wines and Starrlight Mead.
A MICROPHONE used by wartime traitor, Lord Haw Haw, to broadcast Nazi propaganda into British homes has sold for almost EUR14,000 - double the estimate.