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tree surgery

n.
Treatment of diseased or damaged trees, as by pruning or bracing branches.

tree surgeon n.

tree surgery

n
(Forestry) the treatment of damaged trees by filling cavities, applying braces, etc
tree surgeon n

tree′ sur`gery


n.
the repair of damaged trees, as by the removal of diseased parts.
[1915–20]
tree′ sur`geon, n.
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Noun1.tree surgery - treatment of damaged or decaying treestree surgery - treatment of damaged or decaying trees
care, tending, attention, aid - the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needs constant attention"
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Dr Paul Thornton, a doctor at the Pear Tree Surgery in Kingsbury, near Atherstone, welcomed the development.
He said that following the breakdown of his marriage he decided to sell all his equipment used for tree surgery and handed the keys of the yard to a friend, either on January 15 and 16, and had never returned to the yard.
Cheeky Bob said: "Michael Jackson's done a bit of tree surgery upstairs and Sting's flogging drugs round the back.
Wood, who also works in tree surgery, said he had seen a massive improvement in his business prospects since he undertook the relevant courses.
Its services include grounds maintenance, tree surgery, landscaping, commercial cleaning and window cleaning.
Using a rope and harness, as he did for tree surgery, he was able to reach areas inaccessible by scaffold.
Tree surgeon Chris Hartwell has established Cleancut Tree Surgery and Maintenance, based at Six Bells.
Five and a half years on he has beaten his demons and now runs his own tree surgery business, employing eight people.
The Rev John Mills and his wife Sue, who live in Armorial Road, Styvechale, were stunned to receive a letter on Friday, informing them tree surgery work would begin the next day.
Contractors can be asked to carry out a broad range of tree surgery and arboricultural services from large dismantles and crown reductions, to formative pruning, crown lifting, and new tree planting including emergency work when necessary.
In one taped conversation Moat, who had left his bouncing job and had started a tree surgery business, claimed that police officers "were always on his back".