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harewood

(ˈhɛəˌwʊd)
n
(Crafts) the wood of a sycamore tree that has been stained for use in furniture making
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In the north the Saracen's head of the Brocas and the scarlet fish of the De Roches were waving over a strong body of archers from Holt, Woolmer, and Harewood forests.
With the transfer window closing tomorrow, Harewood is still being targeted by Stoke City, Middlesbrough and Portsmouth.
Marlon Harewood's performance has aroused much criticism and the debate over his suitability as a Villa player is becoming more intense.
Karen Harewood fractured her left femur in a dramatic pile-up at the European Indoor Championships in Birmingham.
Marlon Harewood's late strike gave the Hammers a 1-0 win at Upton Park.
Nicky Hunt tried to kick Marlon Harewood's cross from the right for a corner but his clearance hit keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen's chest and bounced into the net.
MARLON HAREWOOD got West Ham back on the winning trail with a double blast.
THE attraction of working with Colin Cooper was one of the main reasons Marlon Harewood agreed to join Hartlepool yesterday.
Striker Harewood earned a place in West Ham folklore with a late semifinal strike against Middlesbrough in 2006.
WIGAN 0 BLACKPOOL 4 Taylor-Fletcher 16, Harewood 38, 43, Baptiste 75 IAN HOLLOWAY was supposed to be the managerial jester who is only game for a laugh.
STRIKERS Marlon Harewood and Shola Ameobi teamed up to fire Newcastle 10 points clear at the top of the Coca-Cola Championship.
MARLON HAREWOOD is hoping to extend his record of scoring each time he has returned to the City Ground as Newcastle prepare to head to Nottingham Forest.