bloodwood


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bloodwood

(ˈblʌdˌwʊd)
n
(Plants) any of several species of Australian eucalyptus that exude a red sap
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Truly exotic types such as wenge, pau ferro, bloodwood and kingwood, are all very attractive too.
The tray incorporates Samoan ifilele, ironwood, curly maple, African bubinga, and bloodwood.
The proceeds of the rights issue will be used to pay the costs associated with refinancing the current S10 million Convertible Note and general working capital to pursue business development opportunities and ongoing commitment to rehabilitating the Bloodwood Creek trial site.
Or I could be standing on the edge of red clay plain pock marked with toe and claw emu footprints in Western NSW looking towards a shimmering arc of hopbush and bloodwood trees.
41 Magnum and eventually wound up with a pair of 4-inch Model 57's stocked with exotic Skeeter Skelton Kingwood grips by BearHug, followed by an 8-3/8-inch version, which also wears BearHug grips of very deep red bloodwood and then just recently, a 6-inch nickel-plated .
A shower of white cockatoos fell out of a bloodwood tree, yelling, 'A man--a man--a Disturbing Element
Por ejemplo, conforme se va adentrando a la propiedad de los Moscoso, identifica la profusion de los bloodwood trees (o palos de tinte) y la fortuna que emano de ellos, informacion que funciona como pivote narrativo de la trama.
The driving influence behind the 2006 establishment of Bloodwood was a successful author of young adult fiction and an experienced teacher of English.
It is a historic success for "Operation Bloodwood," though, a first of its kind mission in steep bamboo-thickened terrain by a team called "King of Tigers.
in the USA at Taylorville, Illinois and Hoe Creek, Wyoming, in Australia at Bloodwood Creek and near Kingaroy (where benzene and toluene ended up in the groundwater and fat of cattle).
In Australia this may include a gall, called a bush coconut, containing scale insects and found on a eucalyptus called the bloodwood tree.