fir tree

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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.
At the end of a year he had shot up a good deal, and after another year he was another long bit taller; for with fir trees one can always tell by the shoots how many years old they are.
The regular monthly market is celebrating its Plum Festival - including a prize of afternoon tea for two at Fir Tree Farm Cafe for the person who can recite a set text whilst holding a plum in their mouth.
In November 2006 they were shot at in a car outside the Fir Tree pub.
Sitting still beside her, her husband, Stephen, watched as footage was played of the football fan walking across the car park of the Fir Tree pub in Croxteth, Liverpool, last August.
Fir Tree Primary is to close its doors at the end of the summer term in July and transfer pupils to nearby Yew Tree Primary in September.
Coniston A locked horns with bottom placed Fir Tree but the teams couldn't be separated as they also finished all square at 6-6.
Fir Tree FC, the team the 11-yearold was training with just before he was killed five years ago next week, were invited to Germany to spread their "join a team, not a gang" message.
Doyle, leaseholder of the Fir Tree Pub, where the tragic 11-year-old was shot through the neck by a teenage hoody last August, was questioned about 9oz of cannabis allegedly found in a safe along with pounds 2,000 in cash in a sealed box.
But design experts at Yuill Homes believe they use every inch of floor space wisely in the company's new homes ( and nowhere is this seen better than at the Abbeywood development in Fir Tree, near Crook, County Durham.
For Mr Moffett and his wife Lou the vibrations caused by a huge three-ton machine doing roadworks outside their home, in Fir Tree Avenue, Tile Hill, had been a juddering nightmare.
Fir Tree Primary, in Greenside Way, Yew Tree, rattled up the debt on state-of-the-art computer equipment.
According to Philbin, the home theme is going to be carried out with replicas of the homes of 18 presidents displayed throughout the White House and also on an 18-foot white fir tree in the Blue Room that will be decorated with miniature replicas of historic homes and places of worship, designed by artists from every state in the union.