summerwood


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summerwood

[′səm·ər‚wu̇d]
(botany)
The less porous, usually harder portion of an annual ring that forms in the latter part of the growing season.

summerwood

Wood which is formed during the later part of the growing season; characterized by compact, thick-walled cells; denser than spring wood.
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Summerwood in Suisun City is designed and built by O'Brien Homes, a family-owned company that has been building new homes and neighborhoods throughout the Bay Area for over 35 years.
Accused with Ronald, of Ravenscroft, Upholland, Skelmersdale, are Robert Graham, 57, of Gawhill Lane, Aughton, Ormskirk; John Doyle, 61, of Summerwood Lane, Halsall, Ormskirk; solicitor Calum Jones, 45, of Knockbuckle Road, Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire, and solicitor David Boyce, 63, of Clark Street, Airdrie, Lanarkshire.
Once upon a time in the world of Faery, Prince Borel Winterwood visits his brother Alain in his realm of Summerwood when he has a dream about a beautiful maiden who is in a stone turret, a blindfold hiding her weeping eyes speaking in the old language.
Recommended wineries: Bonny Doon, Dover Canyon, Garretson, Justin, L'Aventure, Peachy Canyon, Pipestone, Summerwood, Tablas Creek, Turley, Villicana.
This ring consists of two distinct parts: the springwood [or earlywood] and the summerwood [latewood].
The April-born Loosebeare Imp bred by the Quicks, of Loosebeare Manor, Zeal Monachorum, Crediton, is a group 1 scrapie genotype ram by Summerwood Grand Union.
The company has been equally successful with its Summerwood line, ranging in price from $402,900 to $444,900, an alley-loaded product that is quite unique for the area.
Camille, the young heroine, is living on the edge of Faery when a white bear appears carrying a note from the Prince of the Summerwood.
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SummerWood 2011 "Diosa" (Paso Robles; $60) A Syrah that has everything: jammy, juicy berry and cherry, cola, leather, pleasant earthiness, vanillin oak, medium tannins, and brisk acidity.
In his recent Echo letter (March 14), Neil McEvoy, the leader of the Cardiff Plaid group of two, refers to an email I sent to a resident in Summerwood Close.