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wil·low

(wil'ō),
A tree of the genus Salix; the bark of several species, especially S. fragilis, is a source of salicin.
[A.S. welig]
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Willow Tree is a credit alternatives platform established to provide flexible capital structure solutions and value-added services to family-owned and financial sponsor-backed middle market businesses.
Residents, carers, friends and family members created a poppy wall at Willow Tree Nursing Home to honour those who died in service as the country marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Residents, carers, friends and family of Willow Tree Nursing Home created a poppy wall to honour those who died in service as the country marked the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
The centrepiece of the new design is the willow tree, symbolising the club's spiritual home and indeed the city - the name Salford was initially derived from Sealhford, meaning a ford by the willow trees.
"I see us getting married in the Deep South amongst fireflies at sunset in a circle of candles under a willow tree with our chosen family as witness," she smiles.
Janet Williams, 55, returned to her home in Thistle Rise, Coulby Newham, just moments before the towering willow tree came crashing down.
Rev Paul Lock, who was headteacher of Willow Tree Primary School in St Helens, used to be a clergyman in Liverpool and London.
CAMPAIGNERS have lost their battle to save a century-old weeping willow tree in Northumberland from the axe.
ISLAMABAD -- National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage, Lok Virsa will screen an Iranian film The Willow Tree by Majid Majidi on Saturday under its Mandwa film club program.
A willow tree close to the play area will have to be moved to accommodate the work.
"Taro-San the Fisherman and the Weeping Willow Tree" is a beautiful, traditionally illustrated, bilingual children's tale written in Japanese and translated into English for children age 8 and up.