bloodwood


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bloodwood

(ˈblʌdˌwʊd)
n
(Plants) any of several species of Australian eucalyptus that exude a red sap
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Former Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia chief executive officer Reg Howard-Smith has been appointed as the Waste Authority's chairperson and Lee Broomhall (Chief Executive Officer, Workpower) as deputy chairperson, along with members Kelly Howlett (Chief Executive Officer, Bloodwood Tree Association), Tim You (Chief Executive Officer, Southern Metropolitan Regional Council) and Dr Joshua Byrne (Director, Josh Byrne & Associates).
bloodwood tree, hard as white quartz; Its hollow trunk, hard as white quartz!
Truly exotic types such as wenge, pau ferro, bloodwood and kingwood, are all very attractive too.
The scope uses an eclectic mix of spalted curly maple, walnut, western pine, beefwood, curly Australian eucalyptus, African bubinga, bloodwood, and various exotic burlwoods.
Or I could be standing on the edge of red clay plain pock marked with toe and claw emu footprints in Western NSW looking towards a shimmering arc of hopbush and bloodwood trees.
Although I came to know the .41 Magnum late, about 15 years after it first arrived, I finally fell for the Smith & Wesson .41 Magnum and eventually wound up with a pair of 4-inch Model 57's stocked with exotic Skeeter Skelton Kingwood grips by BearHug, followed by an 8-3/8-inch version, which also wears BearHug grips of very deep red bloodwood and then just recently, a 6-inch nickel-plated .41 sixgun currently gripped with Herrett's Jordan Trooper stocks of walnut.
First, those that incorporate static images, such as slide projections, virtual laboratories on CD-ROM, web pages, and Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) where students learn by themselves guided by the program sites (Lei et al., 2005; Michaels et al., 2005; Blake et al., 2003; Bloodwood & Ogilvie, 2006).
Bloodwood. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station U.S.
A shower of white cockatoos fell out of a bloodwood tree, yelling, 'A man--a man--a Disturbing Element!' A large admiral lizard leapt up on a rail, stood on hind legs with fore legs raised like hands and watched for a moment the trundling Thing, then loped down the cess-path with arms swinging and iridescent frill flying out like a cape" (202).
Por ejemplo, conforme se va adentrando a la propiedad de los Moscoso, identifica la profusion de los bloodwood trees (o palos de tinte) y la fortuna que emano de ellos, informacion que funciona como pivote narrativo de la trama.
The driving influence behind the 2006 establishment of Bloodwood was a successful author of young adult fiction and an experienced teacher of English.
It is a historic success for "Operation Bloodwood," though, a first of its kind mission in steep bamboo-thickened terrain by a team called "King of Tigers." Intense mission prep Elite rangers in this new "special response" unit of Thailand's national parks department,underwent a grueling six-week training course before their first mission.