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Synonyms for blackwood

very dark wood of any of several blackwood trees

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This frightened Mr Blackwood who made two calls to the police.
Resuming at 171-4 West Indian pair Blackwood and Chase batted without any problems for the first nine overs, but in the tenth of the day Shah produced a sharp turning ball which took the edge off Chase's bat to wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed for an easy catch.
Huw Edwards, chairman of the Blackwood Retail Partnership and owner of Tidal Stores, said: "The former Somerfield site is an ideal business opportunity for prime retail property situated in the heart of Blackwood town centre, one which is not to be missed.
Lastly, let's hope Coun Dix worries about what is happening in Blackwood and not about Bargoed as he is a councillor for that ward.
This will be Kona's first and only bike shop that carries only Kona bikes, Blackwood said.
Mr Blackwood, a bar manager who has dual New Zealand and British nationality, was found guilty of insulting religion along with the bar's Burmese owner and another manager - despite apologising for posting the picture.
Executive producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins said: "Richard Blackwood has always been on our EastEnders wish list - and now the perfect part has come along.
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed, but McGue said it involved Blackwood surrendering some of the collateral property in the loan.
Blackwood, who operate 1600 properties in 29 of Scotland's 32 council areas, are seeking a new HQ after many years at Craigmount in Edinburgh.
The well will evaluate the 2008 Blackwood gas discovery.
Melbourne, Australia, Dec 13, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - MEO Australia Limited (ASX:MEO) (OTCQX:MEOAY) advises that MEO and Eni Australia Ltd (Eni) have mutually agreed to defer the election deadline for the Blackwood well by one month to 4th February 2013.
and Watson (Jude Law) intrude upon the satanic Lord Blackwood (Mark Strong) and intervene before the dark figure can commit an even darker act.
MICHAEL Blackwood could be excused for thinking 'what if' when he sees his former manager Brian Little in the opposition dug-out next week.
Blackwood is a fairly heavy, dense wood with medium bending strength and stiffness.
Joseph Conrad's contemporary, friend, and literary admirer Hugh Clifford, who played an important role in promoting Conrad at the start of his career, wrote equally strongly about the opportunities afforded by Blackwood and his magazine, exclaiming in 1927: "It was, I think, the ambition of all young writers in my day to find themselves in Blackwood and old Mr.