Pheasant wood

(Bot.) Same as Partridge wood (a), under Partridge.

See also: Pheasant

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Some 3,200 guests will attend the service at Pheasant Wood military cemetery in Fromelles, near Lille.
So when a local keeper 'upped the security' on his pheasant wood he put a chain and padlock on the adjacent grazing field's five-bar gate to keep out motorised poachers, informed the farmer by text message ...
I was in Pheasant Wood Military Cemetery in Fromelles in northern France, a tranquil resting place for 250 Australian and British soldiers.
They are visiting Fromelles where the first Commonwealth War Cemetery in over 50 years has just been built following the discovery of many Australian soldiers in nearby Pheasant Wood.
The body of the last soldier found at Pheasant Wood, Fromelles, is brought to its final resting place after an excavation of mass graves in northern France.
* REDEDICATION: British and Australian soldiers carry the coffin of an unknown soldier during the service of rededication at the Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery
The service of rededication at the Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery, yesterday Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, left, during the service of rededication at the Fromelles Military Cemetery Pictures: MICHEL SPINGLER
Buried by the Germans in several mass graves, the 250 soldiers who were carefully exhumed in 2009 have all now been reburied in individual graves at Fromelles (Pheasant Wood) Military Cemetery, with military honors.
Veterans Minister Kevan Jones, his Australian counterpart, Veteran Affairs Minister Alan Griffin, families of soldiers who fell during the battle and people from the small French village of Fromelles attended the service at the Pheasant Wood Military Cemetery.
Authorities discovered the grave near Pheasant Wood last year and have just completed the first phase of a massive project to exhume, identify and rebury all of the men.
The land at Pheasant Wood, near the village of Fromelles, was confirmed as a group burial site in May last year after a limited excavation revealed pits which had lain untouched since the battle more than 90 years earlier.