fir cone


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Noun1.fir cone - the seed-producing cone of a fir treefir cone - the seed-producing cone of a fir tree
fir tree, true fir, fir - any of various evergreen trees of the genus Abies; chiefly of upland areas
strobile, strobilus, cone - cone-shaped mass of ovule- or spore-bearing scales or bracts
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He went on to join Bernard van Cutsem, where he looked after the good filly Fir Cone, and, after spending a time working for Sprite Caravans in the Fordham Road, came back into racing when working as second man at Hadrian Stud.
Today's enemy is the badger and, seeing yesteryear's golden acres become killing fields in a controversial cull of old Brock and his bairns to eradicate TB in dairy cattle, the townie in me itches to pitch a fir cone or two in protest.
Fir cone garland, pounds 18, B&Q; emerald crystal fairy lights, pounds 12, Wilkinson Plus; candy canes, pounds 2 for 12, Sainsbury's.
One very special tree in Suzanne's garden is the fir tree which she planted with a fir cone which Jordan found for her.
Harold Schyberg plucked a fir cone from the ground and held it up for inspection by the group of hikers from Mr.
Five new Christmas stamps will go on sale at all British post offices on Tuesday show (top, left to right) blue fir decoration representing a magnified snowflake; dark green prickly foliage and red berries of holly; ivy; mistletoe and a bird's eye view of a decorated fir cone
Okay, it's marginally helpful on occasions when planning that family day on the beach, but I'm sticking to my old fir cone and brolly.
Four wooden carvings of a conker, pair of mushrooms, an acorn and a fir cone were created from logs found around Canley Ford at a cost of about pounds 150 each.
Fill a shoebox with items such as a fir cone, leather purse, keys, paintbrush or beanbag.