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Wood

(wud),
Paul, U.S. cardiologist, 1907-1962. See: Wood units.

Wood

(wud),
Robert, U.S. physicist, 1868-1955. See: Wood glass, Wood lamp, Wood light.
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Wood,

(origin unknown).
Romberg-Wood syndrome - see under Romberg, E
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Brian Sheldon, Regional Director at Christie & Co's Glasgow Office, who is handling the sale, said: "The Woodcutter is a long-established public house within the town and will be of interest to many buyers.
Sean, who also adopts ex-battery chickens, keep bees and grows his own fruit and veg, is "absolutely delighted" at the early reviews for Woodcutter but has no plans to hang up his gardening gloves yet.
A senior producer at TV Tokyo was quoted as saying: "We are delighted that the first episode of The Woodcutter's Treasure will be shown for the first time on Japanese television, even prior to airing it in the Arab world.
For this exhibition of work made since 2008, Jane wanted to create the imaginary world of an isolated fairytale woodcutter. His interests, like Jane's, are stories, animals, nature and war.
He said: "A small, growing business such as mine can ill afford to lose such expensive kit - I had three woodcutters used by my six employees but now I'm down to just two.
"They need to give people like the young lads at Woodcutter FC help and support to get work."
In another story, Woodcutter and Tiger Brother, a woodcutter tricks a fierce tiger into believing they are brothers.
Seyfried, in her red cape, is gloriously lit and simply a peach to watch, while newcomers Shiloh Fernandez (Peter the woodcutter) and Max Irons (Henry, the blacksmith) are certainly faces to watch EoAC" although which of them will be the new Robert Pattinson, for that's Hardwicke's clear aim as the camera lovingly lingers on their brooding faces, is unclear.
But it is not the woodcutter's labor or the scent of longleaf pine or pine resin that stills my mind as much as--in a painted sky--these winging geese.
Set in a medieval village that is haunted by a werewolf, a young girl falls for an orphaned woodcutter, much to her family's displeasure.
However, Valerie has fallen for the woodcutter, Peter (Shiloh Fernandez).
According to Awada, the woodcutter attacked him in the head with the sickle.