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English oak

quercuspetraea, Q. robur.
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Accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, with English oak stairs to the lower ground floor and first floor.
North Tyneside has an extensive programme of Jubilee activities planned and it was particularly relevant to mark the Queen's accession and launch the programme with a planting ceremony of 60 English Oaks.
English oak is good for many uses including boat building, dock and harbor work, and vehicle body work.
THE English oak has always been seen as the national tree of England and its great height, age and strength has made it the king of the English forest and a symbol of endurance.
Mark Seab-rook Antiques from Cambridgeshire specialises in early English oak and contemporary furniture and metalwork.
An authorisation to buy 10 English oak trees for lock gates and balance poles at an estimated expense of pounds 20 (dated January 1857).
ENGLISH oak trees could be decimated by a new killer disease, experts warned yesterday.
Have you heard of the Mouseman of Kilburn, a prolific maker of traditional handcrafted English oak furniture?
The veteran campaigner and TV personality was doing his bit to make Leamington greener by planting a symbolic English oak tree while promoting Warwick District Council's drive to get more residents recycling yesterday.
We really want a mild sort of timber for beer - and we can't use English oak because there isn't enough of it around.
After the film, head to the English Oak Room on the main level of Tower City Center for a free CD release party featuring live music, free desserts and a cash bar.
There are more than 30 trees available from English oak, walnut and silver birch to eucalyptus, olive and monkey puzzle.

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