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red oak

An oak of eastern North America; the wood is a light brown or red color; relatively heavy, hard, strong, coarse-grained; used esp. for clapboards, also for interior finish.
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Lippold Park, adjacent to Red Oak, has very limited parking, and Red Oak's lot is designated for handicapped parking only.
The Books and Records request will allow Red Oak to analyze board processes, determine whether members of the company's management and/or Board engaged in proper due diligence, and determine whether both management and Board have upheld their fiduciary duties to shareholders as it pertains to the aforementioned items included in the request.
Target: Red Oak Recovery and The Willows at Red Oak Recovery
You can't walk around at night without men, or you will get harassed," Red Oak member Dana Harake explained.
Everyone in Red Oak County knew Eva would cut, or shoot, anyone who was crazy or dumb enough to cross her.
The owner of Red Oak Remodeling, Lora Dellar stated, “Our goal is to be the best home and family resource center and information portal for assisting all York homeowners with their custom woodworking needs.
Cord blood stem cells company Cord Blood America (OTC BB:CBAI) on Friday reported a purchase agreement for the sale of USD0.724m preferred equity investment funded by Red Oak Partners and its affiliates (Red Oak).
'To date, Red Oak has met with above 40 suppliers covering more than 90% of the cumulative generic spend.
All this white oak and red oak talk can be a bit confusing.
"We're excited to be growing our footprint on West Red Oak Lane with this additional space.
Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii), ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa), and northern red oak (Quercus rubra) lumber was cut into clear samples measuring 25 by 75 by 127 mm long.
Exports were dominated by red oak, with significant volumes of walnut, white oak and maple.