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tree·house

 (trē′hous′)
n.
A structure built among the limbs of a tree, usually for recreation.

treehouse

(ˈtriːˌhaʊs)
n
a shelter built in a tree, usually as a play area for children
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What started as a father-son treehouse project ended with the Palatine village council's declining to allow construction to resume for the out-of-compliance structure that triggered neighborhood complaints.
TreeHouse Foods announced the intention to close its facility in Visalia, California by the end of the first quarter of 2019.
Treehouse Strategy, a growth strategy consulting and M&A advisory firm based in New York, announced today that it has formed a partnership with Elliot Nedas, a Europe-based sales and strategy consultant.
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TreeHouse is poised to disrupt the home improvement retail segment by promising to build a better, healthier home in a smaller and uniquely merchandised way.
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To support the Elements launch, the brand is building the Dove Men+Care Elements Treehouse outside Chattanooga, Tenn.
A pure delight to simply browse through, and an inspiring resource to glean ideas for building a treehouse of your own, "My Cool Treehouse" is enthusiastically recommended as an enduringly popular addition for community library collections.
Apparently there is nothing a child would love more as a family than to build a treehouse with them.
But Tom Courtney, Centre Parcs' chief treehouse builder, says the house can be any shape or size: "One of the most important things to consider when building a treehouse is exploring different types of access.