Christmas tree


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Christmas tree

n. a drunkard. (From being lit like a Christmas tree.) A well-dressed Christmas tree sat in the corner—lit up, of course.
See also: Christmas, tree
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Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) The Fraser Fir Christmas tree has soft dark green needles with a blue/grey underside.
GOWER FRESH CHRISTMAS TREES, SWANSEA They have a range of Christmas trees at their main location that are precut or you can also wander among the trees and pick your own.
Some years ago, the Australian Christmas tree created a panic across the country as its root was found to be attacking the communication cables across Western Australia.
Alan says the farm shop has been selling Christmas trees for about 20 years, with sizes ranging from 4ft to 20ft.
was chosen as the official White House Christmas tree this year.
TRY reusing your Christmas tree by buying a small tree with room to grow and roots intact and keep it well watered so it doesn't dry out indoors.
Buca (we've omitted his last name to protect his family's identity) lives most of the year in North Carolina, where 20 percent of the nation's Christmas trees are grown.
We wanted to call a Christmas tree what it is," Lowe's spokeswoman Chris Ahearn told reporters in explaining the store's reversal.
The Christmas tree has been the center of the Christmas celebration in homes throughout the world for nearly 500 years," said Mark Borst, president of Borst.
Coun John Hood received the Christmas tree on behalf of the city as youngsters from the Junior Academy and the Academy of Vocal Music sang seasonal songs and carols.
The most hazardous and second-most common pesticide in North Carolina Christmas tree farming is Di-Syston 15-G, a powder traditionally applied with a bucket and measuring spoon.
Our Christmas tree stood sentinel there, its soft branches covering our presents like a mother hen.
The Christmas tree is believed to have originated about 1,000 years ago in an European medieval play about Adam and Eve.
Commonly shared symbols like Santa Claus and the Christmas tree let celebrants engage in ritual practices that give meaning to notions of family, community, and nation.
Get ready for this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, a 81-foot beauty of a Norway spruce that hails from Wayne, NJ.