beechwood


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wood of any of various beech trees

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In addition, Beechwood announces the hiring of BBME's CEO, Mark Hollis.
In the home clash with Beechwood, Hampton's Richard Allen and Josh Crisp-Jones beat Max Phipps/Tom Holmes and John Hales/Tim Webb but Tony Eccleston and Ollie Parry lost both rubbers.
Beechwood edged ahead through Dan Chapman, only for Paul Brookes to cancel out his goal.
It was sweet revenge for Beechwood, who had had lost to Saint Charles two weeks earlier in a League Cup tie which went to extra time and penalties.
Birbara, a rheumatologist at UMass Memorial Medical Center, said he has also commissioned a study on whether the Beechwood should expand.
Resident Dot Goodall cut a ribbon to mark the launch of the appeal while Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman and Colne Valley counterpart Jason McCartney were among those taking part in the launch and celebrating the work done so far under the Making Beechwood Blossom project.
Greg Willington stepped up for Beechwood, but his spot-kick was blazed over the crossbar, as Halewood breathed a huge sigh of relief.
Beechwood College is Wales' first specialist purpose-built residen-tiacollege for young people who have autism or Asperger's syndrome.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has announced that it is terminating a 62-year relationship with one of its beechwood suppliers, the Beechwood Corporation of Millington, TN.
DANBIRD has arrived back at Beechwood Grange Stud in Yorkshire in preparation for the 2007 breeding season.
BIRMINGHAM'S new men's club champions, Edgbaston Priory, beat Coventry's top team Beechwood 4-0 in the annual end-of-season inter-league fixture, which turned out to be mainly a family affair for the winners.
VICTORIOUS Beechwood this week won the Victory Cup beating Seadog.
Beechwood Tennis Club has been named the Warwickshire Club of the Year.
SURELY Neil Reilly's death in a police cell highlights the need for more designated places, such as Beechwood House in Inverness, where the police deposit seriously intoxicated people to be cared for until they are well enough to take care of themselves.
My heartfelt thanks for highlighting Beechwood Home's marvelous use of computer technology in the October (1999) issue of Contemporary Long Term Care ("Improving patient care").