tree branch

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Synonyms for tree branch

any of the main branches arising from the trunk or a bough of a tree


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A Northumbria Police spokesman wrote on Facebook: "We have now identified a woman in an image that we released following an incident in Jesmond where a man was assaulted with a tree branch.
Meigs said the men might have underestimated how fast the water was going, making it hard to steer clear of the tree branch.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: "On arrival at the scene, crews found a woman, lying on the floor with a tree branch over her lower legs.
The adelgids appear on a tree branch at the park, at left.
Ashwal then used a tree branch to cross a ravine to reach a safe place.
Several people had to be evacuated from the Yum Yum Tree branch near Bahrain International Airport after the blaze on December 27.
Then I stopped at another tree branch that had fallen in to the river.
His chainsaw bounced off a tree branch and plunged into Mr Robertson's shoulder, narrowly missing his neck and chest.
They're fun to watch in zoos because they use their long arms to swing from tree branch to tree branch.
She was doing a bird's eye view map while sitting on a tree branch, and she said, 'I never climbed a tree before, and I never knew the stream was here.