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(Botany) the wood that is produced by a plant in the spring and early summer and consists of large thin-walled xylem cells. Compare summerwood



the part of an annual ring of wood characterized by large, thin-walled cells formed during the first part of the growing season. Compare summerwood.
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SPRINGWOOD Heath is a haven for children with a variety of physical and medical conditions, enabling them to learn within a mainstream environment.
Border Union championship show in Springwood Park, Kelso, at 9am.
I AM writing as a long suffering resident of Springwood, Llanedeyrn, where I have lived since 1970.
The final pitted Lockwood against Springwood BC A, with Derek Frost the referee, and they ran out 2-0 winners in a best of three frames match.
Pupils and staff celebrated the opening of the new Springwood Heath Primary School, in Allerton, which is the first school to be specifically designed and built to meet the needs of both mainstream and disabled pupils.
Zanzibar nightclub in Stockton has been rescued after owner Springwood Leisure was put into receivership.
Around pounds 6 million was wiped off the value of Springwood yesterday after the leisure group warned the City to expect disappointing fullyear profits.
Seamus Cahill's trio of Shopitaly, Springwood Coach and Top Jock all came safely through their first test, with Springwood Coach particularly impressive in recording 28.
Richard King and Charles Fruehling Springwood in "Team Spirits: The Native American Mascot Controversy.
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.
Work will start on Sunday, April 12, in Merton Street, Springwood, Huddersfield.
Service and Cremation to take place at Springwood Crematorium (Rosemary Chapel) on Monday, March 23rd at 3.