“See the lovely birch . . . ,” Natasha began to sing.
Birch oil and birch beer made from sap are obtained from the trees.
(It later merged with another private school to start the Birch Wathen Lenox School.)
Birch accepted full responsibility and said she does her own paperwork and “got busy.”
Birch put out some Jaffa Cakes and poured glasses of wine.
“Yes, we at the John Birch Society are not nuts,” Antonio said.
John Birch went to China in 1940 not to fight Communists but to create Christians.
Then they reached the river, put the horses under the birch trees, and went to the bathing-place.
., the pre-eminent conservative leader of the 1960s, tried to read the Birch Society out of his movement.
They gave us incredible access and helped us think about different ways to share the story of Silver Birch.
Ivory birch (family Euphorbiaceae) and West Indian birch (family Burseraceae) are not true birches.
The Birch is positioned as an earth-friendly alternative using organic cotton, wool, natural latex, and high-quality steel.
The higher mountain areas are clothed in pine, fir, spruce, and birch, and the lower east is in steppe, with birch groves in the north.
Betulaceae, birch family of flowering plants, usually placed in the order Fagales; some authorities, however, have placed the family in the order Betulales.
After some cleanup, we’ll hear from Lieutenant General Stanley Birch, a commander in both Iraq wars, and Hannah Hippo, a busty hippopotamus wearing a negligee.
The birch zone extends from 3,000 to 3,900 feet (900 to 1,200 metres) above sea level, above which there is a willow belt that includes dwarf birch.
Birch-bark canoes were in turn used as the template for the wood-canvas canoes developed in the 19th century, when demand for boats outstripped the supply of birch bark.
The area is covered with timber, mostly consisting of larch and birch in the north and of mixed broad-leaved and coniferous forests (cedar, spruce, yew, birch, elm, and larch) in the south.
…and three subdivisions are recognized: Arctic tundra, with much bare ground and extensive areas of mosses and lichens; shrubby tundra, with mosses, lichens, herbaceous plants, dwarf Arctic birch, and shrub willow; and wooded tundra, with more extensive areas of stunted birch, larch, and spruce.
Gray birch, paper birch, river birch, sweet birch, yellow birch, and white birch are the best known; white birch is usually called silver birch in England, but the latter name is also sometimes given to paper birch and to yellow birch.
- whip with a birch twig
- consisting of or made of wood of the birch tree
- hard close-grained wood of any of various birch trees; used especially in furniture and interior finishes and plywood
- any betulaceous tree or shrub of the genus Betula having a thin peeling bark
- a switch consisting of a twig or a bundle of twigs from a birch tree; used to hit people as punishment
Example: my father never spared the birch
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