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Synonyms for fir

nonresinous wood of a fir tree

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Then two servants came in rich livery and carried the Fir Tree into a large and splendid drawing-room.
There was such a bawling and screaming--the Fir Tree alone was silent, and he thought to himself, "Am I not to bawl with the rest?
The Fir Tree stood quite still and absorbed in thought; the birds in the wood had never related the like of this.
They snuffed about the Fir Tree, and rustled among the branches.
said the Fir Tree, thinking over what he had himself related.
So then the Fir Tree told the whole fairy tale, for he could remember every single word of it; and the little Mice jumped for joy up to the very top of the Tree.
In the court-yard some of the merry children were playing who had danced at Christmas round the Fir Tree, and were so glad at the sight of him.
The Company's employees planted 50 large fir trees last year close to JSC TATNEFT's filling stations in Kazan.
If you are out walking in the woods, here's an easy way to tell these trees apart - the cones on fir trees are always held upright on the branches and fall off the tree when ripe, whereas the cones on spruce trees always hang pendant from the tree and remain there when ripe.
Make the heart using the same process as for the fir trees, but insert a decorative ribbon at the top centre so it may be attached to the wreath.
DUBAI Nordman fir trees from Canadian forests are in huge demand among Christmas tree shoppers this year.
Noble fir trees are the most expensive variety of Christmas tree, as they take 10 years to grow, whilst spruce trees, which take seven years to grow, and Scots pine trees,whichtake five years to grow, tend to be cheaper.
Why has the Government not stopped the felling of fir trees to be used for a week or two and then discarded?
Iron gates, fir trees, porch frames and windows blink and twinkle with brilliant colors.
1818, a lone figure appears, back to the viewer, facing the sublimity of Mother Nature in the form of an uprooted stump and a blank wall of fir trees.