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redwood

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redwood

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He measured with his eye spruces five and six feet in diameter and redwoods even larger.
But it must have redwoods on it," Saxon hastened to stipulate.
In the silence that fell, she continued her caressing of his hair, while she idly watched a great gray squirrel, boisterous and hilarious, as it scampered back and forth in a distant vista of the redwoods.
She watched the sun flickering down through the warm-trunked redwoods.
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I have a redwood growing on the north side of my house and the neighbors across the street have a redwood growing in their front yard.
The award-winning Redwood Company is making a product debut with new Vegideli Falafel, succulent patties make with ground chickpeas subtly spice with cumin, coriander and garlic.
Dawn redwood, ginkgo, and sweetgum are among the remarkable tree species that have outlived dinosaurs, survived the Ice Age, and remain unchanged to this day.
No one could accuse Lyn Redwood of being anti-vaccination or suspicious of the medical establishment.
The club got an icy reception from the California Legislature when it urged the appropriation of $250,000 to buy the Coast Redwood lands at Big Basin, and turn it into a state park.
sections] 1842) to acquire Redwood Bancorp ("Redwood"), and thereby indirectly acquire Redwood's subsidiary bank, Redwood Bank ("Bank"), both in San Francisco, California.
In this region there is great abundance of these trees and because none of the expedition recognizes them they are named redwood from their color.