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Through donations, Herron and Horton have helped other nonprofits, such as the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, studioMAIN, the Architecture & Design Network, Arkansas Children's Hospital, the Ronald McDonald House, the Thea Foundation, the Birch Tree Expressions Art Show and the Arkansas Arts Center.
The battle for the ball is on in the Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday League clash between Shaftesbury Youth (yellow) and Birch Tree CHRIS STADING
Translated it means either the birch tree wood, or the clearing in the birch trees, and it stems from the Old English word of "beorc leah".
It was inevitable that I'd do something stupid and I careered into a birch tree, giving myself whiplash.
Under this agreement, financial details of which were not available, Sealand Natural Resources Products, namely Sealand BIRK, a natural, organic birch tree beverage, will be sold in Korea as Sealand BIRK under the Starbucks label, at Starbucks in approximately 400 Korea locations.
This birch tree was naturally isolated from the background by the magical fog, which gave the image depth and atmosphere
Large forests of white birch tree (Betula platyphylla Suk) are found in the northern part of China, Kazakstan, Siberia, Russia, Mongolia, Korea, and Japan.
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I plant a white birch tree, a pine tree, various kinds of fir trees, Dutch roses of different colors.
THE University of Liverpool will return a special birch tree to China at the Shanghai World Expo as a sign of international cooperation.
In keeping with Swedish custom, the President cut a birch tree trunk instead of the traditional ribbon.
Its new standard paediatric investigation plan for allergen products for specific immunotherapy covers medicines for these allergens: a birch tree group: birch, alder, hazel, hornbeam, oak, chestnut, and beech; a grass group: Kentucky bluegrass, timothy, cocksfoot, fescue, sweet vernal, velvet, oat, barley, ryegrass, cultivated rye, wheat; and a mite group: house dust mites dermatophagoides pteronyssinus, and D.