olivewood

olivewood

(ˈɒlɪvˌwʊd)
n
(Furniture)
a. the wood of the olive tree
b. (as modifier)
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Sutton Bonington's annual Posada journey in the lead up to Christmas takes place each year when the olivewood figures from St Michael's and St Anne's Christmas Crib travel around the village to remind parishioners of Mary's and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem, when there was no room for them at the inn.
The property is situated at 4536 Olivewood Avenue, adjacent to the Riverside Freeway and just south of its intersection with the Pomona Freeway in the Inland Empire.
Spend once, give twice: choose from a number of beautiful, handcrafted fair trade items made by artists around the world, like an artisan bowl upcycled from industrial waste ($135), a brightly-beaded turquoise medallion necklace ($75), or a set of hand-carved olivewood salad scoops ($75).
Palestinian merchants sat in their shops packed with olivewood souvenirs, but customers were few and far between.
The design pairs a contemporary contoured shape with handles made of resin and exotic olivewood.
Though we're loathe to leave, we take a day trip from the resort to Soller town on the charming Ferrocarril de Soller, an electric tram made of carved olivewood.
The nurses station is made of polished olivewood accent panels reminiscent of the native Russian Olive trees that line local rivers.
Anton Shatareh, a local olivewood craft carver, claims he gets stiffed by just that kind of shopkeeper, who will smoothly sell his crE ches for less than half the cost of production.
With its grand panoramic views, Olivewood was a stately Italianate-modeled home decorated in traditional Victorian fashion.