wetwood

wetwood

[′wet‚wu̇d]
(plant pathology)
Wood having a water-soaked appearance because of a high water content; may be caused by bacteria or by physiological factors.
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If it doesn't simmer governing bodies will need to take harsh decisions," said Wetwood. Talking about the European Championship, the English put his money on the hosts to win the title.
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Cannock magistrates heard how RSPCA officers had discovered recent diggings and a trail of blood across a field in Wetwood, Staffordshire, in January 2004.
Twenty-two of the exchanges will be equipped with broadband during February, while Wetwood in Staffordshire, which requires the installation of a new fibre cable, will go live on April 26, and Hamstall Ridware in Staffordshire, will be ready on June 28.
Foursomes results (Warwickshire names first): T Whitehouse, W Nicolson lost to P Gration, G Shaw 1 down, D Wetwood, D Fletcher lost to G Bowers, N Voles 4&2, C Kirby, I Watkins lost to J Watting, K Chapman 4&3, R Steele, R Burton lost to W Steel, R Giles 3&1, A Kearns, J Wetton beat A Dalton, R Holmes 2&1.
Type strain DH1 was cultivated in 1975 from wetwood of living trees and was considered to be the source of methane emissions from these trees [10].