rowan tree


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rowan tree:

see mountain ashmountain ash,
name for any species of the genus Sorbus of the family Rosaceae (rose family), hardy ornamental trees and shrubs native to the Northern Hemisphere, not related to the true ashes.
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and buzzing bee, beneath the rowan tree, in view of a grazing cow or
Maya is assailed on all sides by dangers hidden in The Rowan Tree and its surroundings, beginning with a private ordeal which gradually engulfs her family and embroils the village in murder and attempted murder.
Built by a pioneer settler in the 1840s, the antebellum home was bought by Faulkner in 1930 and named after the legend of the Rowan tree in Sir James Frazer's The Golden Bough.
This use of a rowan branch is fitting for the plot, since the rowan tree is commonly found growing out of the face of cliffs, barren rocks, and crags, hanging on and thriving where nothing else seems to grow.
JEAN PEDRICK's first two poetry books, Wolf Moon and Pride and Splendor (Alice James Books) were followed by The Gaudy Book (Juniper Press), Greenfellow (New Rivers Press) and Saints (Rowan Tree Press).
A Wiggentree's bark is used in potions - and a wiggen is an old word for the rowan tree, cited in witchcraft trials.
Officers raided a car wash and newsagent on Manchester Road in Denton, a shop on Bentinck Street in Ashton-under-Lyne, and two other addresses on Rowan Tree in Oldham and Peterborough Close in Denton on Wednesday.
Rowan berries are a popular food source for birds, seeing a flock of exotic-looking Waxwings stripping a Rowan tree bare is one of nature's real winter delights.
Ex-police officer Brian Kelly's Rowan Tree Nursery closed without warning and left dozens of families in the lurch.
Youngsters were encouraged to build their own Guy with the chance of winning a range prizes kindly donated by firms and organisations | Hillsview Academy, Eston, planted a com -|memorative rowan tree in honour of the fallen, marking 100 years since the start of the First World War.
For tickets, call the box office on 01443 439466 or book online at www.stardreams.co.uk A BURLESQUE fitness group will be raising money for the Rowan Tree Cancer Care.
Innocent Craig Essen, 28, who was enjoying a night out with friends, bravely tackled the crazed drunk but was fatally stabbed in a fracas that followed outside the Rowan Tree Inn in Mayfield, Midlothian.