Even as it flashed, Buck doubled up like a jack rabbit and leaped for the shelter of a live oak, some thirty yards distant.
They slept under a live oak with the soundness of healthy youth.
He looked out and saw Buck standing behind the live oak that Shorty had leaned against, firing at the hotel.
The live oak of the south is most excellent fuel; so is holly.
live oak was first incorporated as a town in 1874, and in 1903 was chartered as a city.
They were all of live oak, which successfully resists the wear of centuries.
It was the old white-faced owl leaving the hollow in the live oak for the night's hunt.
She was built of Carolina live oak like the government vessels.
Then he took up a handful of live oak leaves, bruised them, and dyed his bared arms, neck and face with the juice to a brown hue.
They have on the carpet a contract for live oak from the southern States.