English walnut

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Synonyms for English walnut

Eurasian walnut valued for its large edible nut and its hard richly figured wood

nut with a wrinkled two-lobed seed and hard but relatively thin shell

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Then every barrel and every bottom metal has to be individually fitted," Davenport explained about his process of using a stock duplicator of his own design and manufacture to "rough out" the English walnut stock blanks.
In California, the research team has documented the disease in the Southern California black walnut, Juglans californica, in English walnut, Juglans regia, which is the commercial orchard species, and in Northern California black walnut, Juglans hindsii, which is used as a rootstock for J.
Nut shells--walnut (including English walnut and Eastern black walnut), pecan and apricot pit (flour and grits, all mesh sizes).
Lippincott points out dozens of bags of English walnut pieces.
There are many kinds of walnuts, the one grown in England being known as the English Walnut.
So growers fused English walnut grafts onto the black walnut rootstock when trees reached a certain age.
To put this in perspective, a newborn's heart is about the size of an English WALNUT.
Nut shells - walnut (including English walnut and eastern black walnut), pecan and apricot pit (flour and grits, all mesh sizes).
A love-hate relationship is what many Westerners have with their English walnut trees.
Built by Rigby's Geoff Miller, it is based on an M700 action mated to a great 28-inch Pac-Nor barrel and stocked in good English walnut.
Users can choose from an array of conventional and exotic materials including earthenware, suede, glass block, dimpled brass, iron treadplate, burlap, Bombay rosewood, rippled water, rubber tire, ABS plastic, English walnut, and a variety of linoleum finishes.
The Classic Sporter--a World Class XXX grade English walnut stock beautifully compliments a quarter minute sporting rifle to give the discerning rifleman a gracefully elegant sporter with a level of accuracy that has never been seen before.
A shagbark hickory essentially resembles an English walnut in miniature, considering shape as well as flavor, although it is as if the hickory nut is a flatter as well as smaller version.
The trees seem like old friends, almost as beloved as the huge English walnut in her backyard.