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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.
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IN today's First Class we feature youngsters from reception classes at St Clare's RC Primary School in Acklam, Middlesbrough, and Harewood Primary School in Thornaby.
born Actor David Harewood has opened up about his battle with depression which nearly saw him give up on acting to become a lorry driver.
Homeland star David Harewood says the Oscars race row proves black people don't get a chance "to compete to be the best".
But with ten minutes remaining, Harewood popped up to head home the equaliser which keeps Nuneaton's unbeaten record intact.
BLUES supporter and Hollywood star David Harewood has been filming at his beloved St Andrew's in Birmingham.
FORMER Newcastle United striker Marlon Harewood has described joining League Two Hartlepool United as "a no-brainer".
Bayley Harewood opened the scoring after three minutes, 55 seconds and Devils continued to camp in the opposition's zone.
MARLON HAREWOOD aims to continue his FA Cup love affair with another famous winner today.
Following their 13-9 win over Shropshire , the Senators came off the bus with the onetwo punch of Gavin Barr and Evander Harewood at running back.
They had been invited to sing at the Service of Thanksgiving for the life of George Henry Hubert Lascelles 7th Earl of Harewood.