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BEECHCRAFT 99 AIRLINER
FIRST BEECH
BEECH FAMILY FAGACEAE
FAGACEAE
WALTER BEECH
EARLIER
FRONT
SLOPES
DEFINITION
ABROAD
MOUNTAINS
FURNITURE
GENUS
ROUNDED
MASCULINE
AUTUMN
LIFE IMPRISONMENT
MAPLE TREES
GILWELL PARK
PINE TREES
AIRCRAFT MANUFACTURER
GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT
MYRTLE
WALNUT
BIRCH
COMMON
CHESTNUT
MAPLE
SUGAR MAPLE
FOREST
FORESTS
COMPANY
RAYTHEON
WOOD
TREES
PINE
OAKS
OAK
CESSNA
BEECH
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Definitions

  1. Beech (Fagus) is a genus of ten species of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe and North America.
  2. Beech is a typical temperate zone hardwood The term hardwood designates wood from angiosperm trees. (Web site)
  3. Beech is a common species of eastern and middle western primary forest. (Web site)
  4. Beech is a popular choice for furniture due to its ability to lighten up a room.
  5. Beech is a 8.5mm thick Ultraloc 3 strip board from the Tarkett Viva Range.

Beechcraft 99 Airliner

  1. In 1968, Beech entered into an expanding commuter airline market with the Beechcraft 99 Airliner.

First Beech

  1. The first Beech designed airplanes appeared in the mid 1920s and since that time the beach Aircraft Corporation has grown into a world notable enterprise.

Beech Family Fagaceae

  1. Lithocarpus is a genus in the beech family Fagaceae, differing from Quercus in the erect male spikes.

Fagaceae

  1. SHII-TAKE - Lentinus edodes; a domesticated edible agaric used in Japanese and Chinese cuisine; the fungus is grown on logs of Fagaceae (oak, beech).

Walter Beech

  1. Walter Beech had broken away from Cessna over design differences and formed his own company. (Web site)

Earlier

  1. Earlier in his aviation career, Beech was a salesman and test pilot for the Swallow Airplane Company. (Web site)

Front

  1. There is a commercial fishing operation off the beech in front of the lodge.
  2. Beech Grove was protected in front by earthworks; but these incomplete and insufficient, and necessarily of such extent that I had not force to defend them. (Web site)

Slopes

  1. The slopes are forested with pine, beech and poplar trees. (Web site)

Definition

  1. Beech & Steel writing in Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society proposed a new definition where a meteoroid is between 100 µm and 10 m across.

Abroad

  1. For now, Trillium is cutting the lenga beech into dimensional lumber and selling it both domestically in Chile and abroad. (Web site)

Mountains

  1. There are, however, also a lot of either newly planted or preserved woods of European beech, which in past covered most of the mountains.

Furniture

  1. In the United States, European beech is a relative newcomer, but it is making inroads with cabinetry, furniture, flooring and millwork manufacturers.
  2. Trillium is particularly interested in lenga beech as raw material for finished hardwood products such as furniture and molding. (Web site)

Genus

  1. Beech (Fagus) is a genus of ten species of deciduous trees in the family Fagaceae, native to temperate Europe, Asia, and North America.
  2. Castanopsis (chinquapin or chinkapin) is a genus of evergreen trees belonging to the beech family, Fagaceae. (Web site)
  3. Example: in the European beech (Fagus sylvatica) the component Fagus refers to the genus, sylvatica is the specific epithet.

Rounded

  1. Having a surface of about 4,000 sq.m, rounded by mountains covered by beech and fir forests, the Covasna county has an ozonized and ionized climate. (Web site)

Masculine

  1. Fagus (" beech "), another feminine noun ending in -us, is preserved in some languages as a masculine, e.g. (Web site)

Autumn

  1. The fruit of the beech, also called "Beechnuts", are found in the small burrs that drop from tree in Autumn.
  2. The ochre-coloured fruiting bodies appear in autumn in coniferous and beech woods, as well as heathlands in late summer and autumn.
  3. The European Beech invests significantly in summer and autumn for the following spring.

Life Imprisonment

  1. Beech later returned to The Bill in a brief cameo role where he was serving a term of life imprisonment.

Maple Trees

  1. Many varieties of morels grow near or under apple, elm, oak, beech and maple trees or in mixed forests. (Web site)

Gilwell Park

  1. The original Zulu beads eventually ran out and were replaced by beech or hornbeam beads made by the staff at Gilwell Park. (Web site)

Pine Trees

  1. It is largely a region of oak and pine trees, in contrast to the beech of the Chalk Downs.
  2. Century-old spruce forests grow at the highest parts of the mountain and beech and pine trees occupy the lower parts.

Aircraft Manufacturer

  1. Beech. Short for Beechcraft, an aircraft manufacturer.
  2. Beech Aircraft became Raytheon Company's largest subsidiary and the only aircraft manufacturer in the Raytheon family.

General Aviation Aircraft

  1. The Beechcraft Bonanza is a general aviation aircraft introduced in 1947 by The Beech Aircraft Corporation. (Web site)

Myrtle

  1. TD {font-size:10pt} myrtle beech - definition of myrtle beech by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

Walnut

  1. Fistulina is a genus of Fungi, allied to Boletus, found on old oak, walnut, ash, beech and horse chestnut trees. (Web site)

Birch

  1. Aspen, birch, fir, oak, and beech appear to be the steps in the struggle for the survival of the fittest among the forest-trees of Denmark.

Common

  1. In these places the common beech gives way to hardier deciduous species such as sycamore, large-leaved lime (Tilia platyphyllos), Scots elm or ash. (Web site)
  2. The European Beech or Common Beech (Fagus sylvatica) is a deciduous tree belonging to the beech family Fagaceae.

Chestnut

  1. The foothills are covered with crops and light forest, consisting of oak, hornbeam, beech and chestnut.

Maple

  1. Other species used are: beech, yellow pine, tasmanian oak, alder and maple.
  2. Shigo, Alex L. 1965. Organism interactions in decay and discoloration in beech, birch, and maple.
  3. The south-eastern slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains are covered by beech, oak, maple, hornbeam, and ash forests.

Sugar Maple

  1. In the north, the young red maple trees grow faster than sugar maple, beech, or yellow birch, but slower than aspen, paper birch, or white ash. (Web site)
  2. It is not as tolerant as sugar maple, American beech, eastern hophornbeam, and flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) (26). (Web site)

Forest

  1. A beech forest is very dark and few species of plant are able to survive there, where the sun barely reaches the ground.
  2. Beech: queen of the forest, here and abroad.
  3. The Styx River in Tasmania runs through a forest of Eucalyptus regnans, Myrtle Beech and tree ferns. (Web site)

Forests

  1. Lactarius blennius, commonly known as the slimy milk-cap, is a green-coloured mushroom of the genus Lactarius found in beech forests in Europe.
  2. Wet Spain: The north, from Pais Vasco to Galicia, is a land of forests where oak and beech thrive in the damp, maritime regions.
  3. The American Beech is a shade-tolerant species, favoring the shade more than other trees, commonly found in forests in the final stage of succession.

Company

  1. Returning to the United States, Lear decided to locate his new company in Wichita, Kansas, home of competitors Cessna, Beech, and a major Boeing facility. (Web site)
  2. That year Cessna convinced Walter Beech that the company should offer a monoplane with an enclosed cabin for use by small airlines.

Raytheon

  1. In 1980, Raytheon acquired Beech Aircraft Corporation, a leading manufacturer of general aviation aircraft founded in 1932 by Walter H. Beech.
  2. Raytheon acquired Beech Aircraft in 1980; in 1993 the company also purchased British Aerospace 's business jet product line.

Wood

  1. Replicas of the beads were made from beech wood at Gilwell Park in London. (Web site)
  2. The wood of the European Beech rots easily if it is not protected by a tar based on a distillate of its own bark (as used in railway sleepers).

Trees

  1. Beech trees grow in North America and Europe as well as in western Asia, Japan and North Africa.
  2. Larvik is also home to the world's northernmost natural occurrence of beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) in Bøkeskogen (Norwegian for: Beech Tree Forest). (Web site)
  3. It lives on chalky soils with beech trees, and appears earlier than most mushrooms of similar size in southern England. (Web site)

Pine

  1. In the inland there are woods typical of Central Europe (oak and beech, and in the mountains, spruce, fir and pine). (Web site)
  2. Manufacturers began processing solid birch, beech, alder, pine and spruce into consistent chips and flakes. (Web site)
  3. Truffles favor trees including beech, poplar, oak, birch, hornbeam, hazel, and pine.

Oaks

  1. These truffles grow in symbiosis with trees such as oaks, hazels and beech.
  2. That soil eventually nourishes maple and beech trees, which gradually crowd out the pines and oaks and form a climax community.

Oak

  1. A short list of woods that you should ideally consider before making your choice would include: Ash, Beech, Cherry, Kempas, Maple, Merbau, Oak, and Walnut.
  2. Beech Related to the oak and chestnut, beech is most common in the higher altitudes of the Appalachian Mountain chain.
  3. Some trees and shrubs that work well as bonsai are azalea, beech, boxwood, ginkgo, maple, oak, pine, wisteria, and zelkova. (Web site)

Cessna

  1. Most applications produced by the major manufacturers (Beech, Cessna, Piper and others) increase the maximum engine intake air pressure by as much as 35%.
  2. We also have custom made and “off the shelf” private airplane models exactly to scale from Cessna, Piper, Cirrus through to Beech. (Web site)
  3. Small airplane builders, such as Beech Aircraft, Cessna, and Piper, also participated in the war effort.

Beech

  1. Using different varieties of wood (such as apple, beech, cherry, hickory or oak) gives the cured bacon different flavours. (Web site)
  2. SYNORIX. Pine, beech and plane, oak, walnut, apricot, Vine, cypress, poplar, myrtle, bowering in The city where she dwells.
  3. The forests include oak, chestnut, beech, and alder, as well as Caucasian fir, ash, linden, and apple and pear trees. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Transportation > Aviation > Aircraft > Cessna
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  3. Biology > Botany > Plants > Pine
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