red cedar


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Related to red cedar: western red cedar, eastern red cedar
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Synonyms for red cedar

large valuable arborvitae of northwestern United States

small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needles

tall tree of the Pacific coast of North America having foliage like cypress and cinnamon-red bark

fragrant reddish wood of any of various red cedar trees

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After 6 years' exposure, untreated control boards and western red cedar reference samples were severely attacked by C.
CD-adapco's acquisition of Red Cedar Technology will empower our customers to leverage their simulation models by optimizing potential designs across the entire design space.
Changes in prairie vegetation under eastern red cedar (Juniperus virginianan L.
Eastern red cedar is a fire intolerant species and prescribed burns are a typical method of removal from a site (Solecki, 1997).
Red cedar, used more than expected in SWOH but not in HH, is native to both study areas.
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Extracts from western red cedar and incense cedar damaged twice as many spores as those taken from Alaska yellow cedar, western juniper, and Port Orford cedar.
Airborn, written by Kenneth Oppel (HarperCollins Canada), has won the Red Cedar Award in the fiction category.
Eastern red cedar often performs more like a dense hardwood.
Studies indicate that the aromatic properties of cedar wood, especially the aromatic Eastern red cedar, protect clothes from pests such as moths, cockroaches, silverfish and carpet beetles.
The extended overhanging roof, with its undulating red cedar slatted timber soffit, is a visual complement to the rippling water in the bay beyond.
An F-shaped steel-tube dock finished in red cedar takes up a large portion of the front working space, which is clearly visible from the highway.
3 acres of Norway spruce and smaller areas of Corsican pine and western red cedar
Western red cedar intersperses itself between Douglas fir, alder and big leaf maple along the Pacific coast from Northern California to southeastern Alaska.
The red cedar dust inside the breathable flannel pouch naturally absorbs unwanted odors; just pack it in and zip it closed.