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springwood

[′spriŋ‚wu̇d]
(botany)
The portion of an annual ring that is formed principally during the growing season; it is softer, more porous, and lighter than summerwood because of its higher proportion of large, thin-walled cells.

springwood

Wood formed during the spring and early summer; characterized by cells which are larger and thinner than the cells formed later in the year.
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"Fortunately, the council has tried and tested procedures for dealing with these situations and has done this at other sites across Kirklees though I think this is the first time they have entered Springwood Car Park.
Saturday - Gundogs, hounds & terriers; Sunday - Working, pastoral, utility & toy breeds June 18 ?Dalmatian Club of Scotland's championship show in Springwood Park, Kelso, at 11.30am.
As is the custom, the article will refer simply to 'Springwood' and 'Manly' rather than spell out the full names of the two institutions located in those Sydney suburbs.
Every car that comes down the road towards Springwood has to enter the lane crossing the white central line, an accident waiting to happen.
It replaces an ageing 85-year-old building and is the result of a merger between Springwood Primary and Harold Magnay Special School.
A new company Nexum Leisure will now operate the club after rescuing 14 of Springwood's 28 sites in a multi-million pound deal.
Springwood, whose leading brands include Zanzibar and Cobarna, added trade had not picked up in the last four months, following its slow first-half, as its newly acquired sites were not pulling in the crowds.
Second heat: 1 Debs The Best, 2 Springwood Coach, 3 Chakalak Now, 4 Top Jock, 5 Rackethall Tex, 6 Born To Go (w).
"Native American mascots perpetuate inappropriate, inaccurate, and harmful understandings of living people, their cultures, and their histories," write King and Springwood, editors of the anthology of essays.
First round: At Slaithwaite: E Haigh Scr Lockwood Con v P Cooney 3 Lindley Lib, MJ Smith 4 Meltham v P Rangeley 3 Netherton Con, R Ellis 2 Meltham v K Morris 4 Springwood, G Price 3 Milnsbridge v B Hinchliffe 3 Marsh Utd, T Sykes 3 Marsh Utd v D Emsall 2 Meltham, H Ellis 5 Lockwood Con v A Carter 2 Marsh Utd, J Gatenby 4 Springwood v R Whiteley 3 New Mill, M Chapman 4 New Mill v J Smitth 4 Meltham.
One example of this is the FLASH - Fun Learning at Springwood Heath - sessions, taking place weekly on Friday afternoons.
I AM writing to congratulate the staff, parents and particularly the children of Springwood Primary School, Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, for securing the prestigious Third Millennium Learning Award.