red bay

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Noun1.Red bay - small tree of southern United States having dark red heartwoodred bay - small tree of southern United States having dark red heartwood
laurel - any of various aromatic trees of the laurel family
genus Persea, Persea - avocado
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Both Red Bay lifeboats were launched and two lifeboat members were put aboard the yacht to bring it back to Cushendall.
Grab a sweet, flaky kouignamann pastry from Firebrand Artisan Breads (firebrand, then take it a few doors down to the shipping-container outpost of local roaster Red Bay Coffee (redbay in the industrial-chic Hive courtyard.
Based on the range of ceramics and technological similarities to the San Juan that sank at Red Bay, Labrador, in 1565, she argues that this ship had a Basque origin--perhaps from Spain--and was outfitted by Saint-Jean-de-Luz merchants.
Prior to Brentwood, Stokes served as an admitting clerk at Red Bay Hospital in Red Bay, Ala.
The search of the sea and shoreline involved RNLI lifeboats from Campbeltown, Islay and Red Bay in County Antrim and Coastguard rescue teams from Campbeltown, Southend, Gigha, Tarbert and Port Ellen as well as the Coastguard rescue helicopter based at Prestwick.
My guest this week on the CVFM "Gone Fishing" Radio Show, live every Saturday, 8am-9am on, is Hamish Currie from Northern Ireland who owns Red Bay Charter Boats, specialising in porbeagle shark and common skate.
Ticket sales went to support several Oakland businesses owned by people of color, including Pietisserie, Red Bay Coffee, and the Town Kitchen, as well as, of course, the continued work of OFPC.
Red Bay RNLI launched a lifeboat at 11.15am to find the missing man.
During Unesco's 37th session in Cambodia , India's Hill Forts of Rajasthan, Canada's Red Bay Basque Whaling Station and Namibia's Namib Sand Sea, among others, were inscribed into the list.
Unesco also granted World Heritage status to Canada's Red Bay Basque Whaling Station, which was an Arctic maritime base for Basque mariners in the 16th century.
They were finally towed to Red Bay in County Antrim.