bogwood


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bog·wood

 (bôg′wo͝od′, bŏg′-)
n.
Wood that has been preserved in a peat bog.

bogwood

(ˈbɒɡˌwʊd)
n
(Plants) another name for bogoak
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The award, which is a traditional Irish bogwood sculpture by Kieran Higgins, was presented by Dublin Biennial, an independent pop-up exhibition.
The incident in Bogwood Road, Mayfield, Midlothian, was one of almost 1000 bogus calls a year made to Lothian and Borders Fire Service.
Once again blessed with trap one, it looks a cracking make-up especially as Bogwood Sheriff and Kinda Sure are unlikely to do themselves any favours out wide and Roxholme King should be well in command by halfway.
Modern farming, house & road building, tidal action and demands for fuel have all been cutting away at the bog for centuries, exposing much of this bogwood.