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Examples from the Web for redwood
Berg: We have a big screening tomorrow night up in Redwood City.Mike Judge’s Genius Satire ‘Silicon Valley’ Skewers Tech Titans|Andrew Romano|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yellow crime-scene tape went up around the 125-year-old redwood structure.As 2014 Began, a Fateful Path to a Catholic Priest’s Murder|Michael Daly|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nobody chooses to get married in a redwood forest unless they love redwood forests.11 Juiciest Bits from Sean Parker’s TechCrunch Rant|Sarah Langs|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They built a redwood garden fence and installed a flagstone court and sidewalks.
Someday we'll wonder how we ever thought flushing a Redwood down the drain was a reasonable thing to do.
This one's goin' to look like the ten-cent store in Albuquerque, all strung up in a redwood.Heart of the West|O. Henry
He won the first battle for the Indians, standing on the first Redwood Tree.California Athabascan Groups|Martin A. Baumhoff
Yew is an evergreen tree with a leaf looking a great deal like that of redwood, hemlock, or fir at a distance.Hunting with the Bow and Arrow|Saxton Pope
On a small table, over which hung the gas-light, was a silver box, such as I had seen in the hands of Redwood at Leavenworth.Plane and Plank|Oliver Optic
The favorite haunts of this lily are high and inaccessible ridges, among the chaparral, or under the live-oak or redwood.The Wild Flowers of California: Their Names, Haunts, and Habits|Mary Elizabeth Parsons
1610s, "wood that has a red hue," from red (adj.1) + wood (n.). Of various types of New World trees that yield such wood, from 1716; specifically of the California Sequoia sempervirens from 1819. In Scottish English 16c.-18c. the same word as an adjective meant "completely deranged, raving, stark mad," from wood (adj.).