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sequoia

either of two huge Californian coniferous trees (the redwood Sequoia sempervivens or the giant sequoia Sequoiadendron giganteum), that can reach heights of up to 100 metres and are the largest terrestrial organisms. They are among the oldest living organisms in the world, taking perhaps 2000 years to reach their mature size. The oldest sequoia, called General Sherman, is thought to be between 3000 and 4000 years old, standing 83 metres tall and with a diameter of more than 9 metres.
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Sequoia Financial Group said this merger provides greater growth and innovative services, building a sustainable firm that can outlast any individual leader.
With the close of this merger, Sequoia Financial Group's staff grew from 66 to 91 employees.
Douglas Campbell of the Save Gillies Hill campaign said this week: "The five giant sequoia trees at the top of Gillies Hill stand as a beacon over the village of Cambusbarron and have become part of village heritage.