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woodrush

(ˈwʊdˌrʌʃ)
n
(Plants) any of various juncaceous plants of the genus Luzula, chiefly of cold and temperate regions of the N hemisphere, having grasslike leaves and small brown flowers
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North Midlands Shield preliminary round: Harborne v Veseyans, Edwardians v Old Saltleians, Telford Hornets v Shrewsbury, Ledbury v Ross on Wye, Woodrush v Evesham.
Having defeated Stoke Old Boys, Upton and Woodrush already in the early throes of 2019, the Red and Blacks' 27-7 win secured a league double over their south Warwickshire rivals to avenge last season's homeand-away losses.
He further informed the media regarding crackdown at Peshawar against Masala factories where the case of adulteration of woodrush in making of Masala Grinding and discarded more than 10,000 kilograms woodrush bags.
He said woodrush was being used in making of different kinds of spices and thus the food authority during an action discarded more than 10,000 kilogrammes of woodrush bags.
WOODRUSH RFC have received a huge boost after they were nominated for the Facility Development of the Year award at the Crabbie's National Rugby Awards.
Old Leamingtonians have completed their fixtures and hold a three point lead on Old Coventrians - but the chasers have two more games to play at bottom club Bromyard and Woodrush.
an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company operating in North America's Piceance Basin and Peace River Arch regions, has updated current development progress underway at the Woodrush/Hunter Project (Woodrush) in NE British Columbia.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 4, 2014-Dejour concludes acquisition of additional 24% Working Interest in Woodrush oil and gas project
Application ref: M/FP/0453/13/P Address: 3 Woodrush, Coulby Newham, Middlesbrough Proposal: Single storey extension to rear.
Greville was also a member of Woodrush RFC, a major part of the North Midlands' glory days and in his working life came from a family of Worcestershire innkeepers, which has owned Chateau Impney, the Barnt Green Inn and The Diglis House Hotel at Worcester.
This is the second significant milestone achieved by Dejour in 2011, following on the heels of the successful implementation of a waterflood at our Woodrush Field in British Columbia.