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live oak:

see oakoak,
any tree or shrub of the genus Quercus of the family Fagaceae (beech family). This complex genus includes as many as 600, found chiefly in north temperate zones and also in Polynesia. The more southerly species, ranging into the tropics, are usually evergreen.
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Live oak trees, Quercus virginiana, are native to Mississippi and fare well in south Mississippi.
Live Oak is headquartered in Wilmington, North Carolina -- a city which was hit by the eye of the storm during Hurricane Florence.
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Edwin Lewis Stephens, the first president of the Southwestern Louisiana Institute (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette), published an article in the Louisiana Conservation Review titled, "I Saw in Louisiana a Live Oak Growing." The piece drew its name from a poem by Walt Whitman, and like Whitman's poem, Stephens praised the singular beauty of this distinctly Southern species of oak.
Infinity Renewables began development of the Live Oak project in 2009 and worked diligently with landowners and the local community over several years to advance the project to construction.
Characterizing itself as "not your ordinary bank," Live Oak is branchless.
So having Live Oak, which is head and shoulders above every other lender, was key to this deal."
PlaneSense program Pilatus PC-12 aircraft will be used to fly competitors to the jumping and driving event, which has been held for the past 23 years, at the Live Oak Plantation.
In the black community, the McCollum case was spoken of only in whispers, said Tameka Hobbs, a history professor at Florida Memorial University who grew up in Live Oak.
"For the last 18 years, I've poured my life into this business," said Chip McElroy, president of Live Oak Brewing.
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To make sure Live Oak intimately knows its customers, it recruits board members who have what its founder and CEO, Chip Mahan, calls "domain expertise"--or years of experience within a particular industry.