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elm

(elm) any tree of the genus Ulmus ; Ulmus rubra is the slippery elm, the source of slippery elm bark.
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He also found two more colonies on elm trees nearby.
Elm Tree are the first Cleveland club to win the prestigious team event since 1996.
It just so happens that we were debating about who we would have as the 2014 nominated charity for the Angel, John Duck and Elm Tree at that time.
At my firm, Elm Tree Capital, we are committed to excellence in everything we do and strive to exceed our clients' expectations through superior service, sound advice and trusted guidance.
Our purchasers felt a taller ceiling in such an impressive space would look great, so we immediately took their ideas on board and are now building the revised design at Elm Tree Copse.
The elm tree can be a metaphor for us as we develop our narrative for making visitors' interactions with our sites relevant.
There are few images that evoke New England's stately past better than the magnificent elm trees that used to grace so many of our cities and towns.
Come on you Lib Dems, listen to the voters, otherwise your prospect of staying in power will be destroyed like that elm tree.
The Elm tree is also associated with Tuesday, a lucky day for those born under this Celtic Zodiac sign.
These invasions are reminiscent of the Dutch elm blight that arrived in the 1920s and systemically wiped out the American elm tree.
Susan Burckart, principal at Elm Tree Elementary School in Bentonville, was Benton County's recipient.
Shipments of elm tree logs from France to Cleveland, Ohio, accidentally introduced the fungus into the United States in 1931.