iron tree


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Noun1.iron tree - a small slow-growing deciduous tree of northern Iran having a low domed shapeiron tree - a small slow-growing deciduous tree of northern Iran having a low domed shape
genus Parrotia, Parrotia - one species: iron tree
angiospermous tree, flowering tree - any tree having seeds and ovules contained in the ovary
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And, even then, when these had "had enough," they were always at liberty to put an end to themselves with a Punjab lasso or bowstring, left for their use at the foot of an iron tree.
The sculpture is one of three giant artworks planned for Kirkby town centre, with a controversial iron tree installed in February and three winged thrones to come this summer.
Peter Murray (left) |at Yorkshire Sculpture Park with Jonathan Borofsky's Molecule Man 1+1+1, 1990 in the background Wind Sculpture |by Yinka Shonibare (right) and Iron Tree by Ai Weiwei (far right) at Yorkshire Sculpture Park PICTURE COURTESY YSP (c) MARC ATKINS (c) JONTY WILDE
The entire family enjoys fishing, and a nearby circular iron tree bench serves as a great hangout for fishing gear.
I got up to find the Christmas trees had gone, along with wrought iron tree stands, holly wreaths, some little conifer trees decorated with 'snow', and bird tables.
The right is acting like a century-old tree, the left like an iron fist, and together they have been producing an "iron tree" for years.
The project, which has been in the works since September 2005 when Stonehenge acquired the building, will include the installation of 15 newly designed black iron tree guards and the planting of 500 flowers along the Sixth Avenue walkway.
The iron tree. (Book One of The Crowthistle Chronicles.) Tor.
Simultaneously beautiful and ugly, mammoth and intimate, Jet Set Lady is a three-dimensional map of the artist's mind: an iron tree, thirty feet tall, its trunk and branches abloom with over two thousand high-res color scans of drawings, prints, and paintings Fischer made over the past five years.
It is called pau d'arco, greenheart, iron tree, ironwood, Surinam, lignum vitae and sometimes ipe.
Iron tree guards and grates have been used in the United States since the late 1890s.