[ US /ˈbɫæˌkwʊd/ ]
  1. any of several hardwood trees yielding very dark-colored wood
  2. very dark wood of any of several blackwood trees
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  • The first of the lays appeared in Blackwood's Magazine in Apr. 1843, and the volume was published in 1849.
  • He was a large poetical contributor to Blackwood's Magazine.
  • The exquisite workmanship of the African Zen designs -- made from African blackwood to machata, for example, stand on their own, but house a deeply penetrating story of the forest from which they came.adschwarz. com and allanschwarz. com Summer Rayne Oakes: The Top 10 Coolest African Fair-Trade Fashions
  • By noon the following day he had finished the blackwood frame and Bronwen had collected their few belongings together and was ready to go. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE
  • She filled the room with odds and ends picked up at bargain prices, capacious basket chairs, low Chinese blackwood tables, glazed ceramic bowls and jars, blue Chinese rugs, yellow curtains, and cushions made from a bale of faded silk that she had dyed herself in different colors. PEARL BUCK IN CHINA
  • Its dominant species are Brachystegia spiciformis and muyombo B. boehmii with Julbernardia globiflora, bloodwood Pterocarpus angolensis, blackwood Dalbergia melanoxylon and Isoberlinia spp. with a shrub layer of Diplorhyncus condylocarpus and species of leadwood Combretum. Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania
  • DJ Richard Blackwood's mother in 'skivvy' row with Hilton hotels Home
  • In contrast to these girthy ladies, other Blackwood women are wraiths and ambulating phantoms, eaten up by anxieties and rage.
  • His fear is -- that Blackwood may come as Nemesis, and compel him to regorge any puffing and cramming which Tiff has put into his pocket, and is earnest to have a letter addressed in an influential quarter to prevent this. The Uncollected Writings of Thomas de Quincey—Vol. 1 With a Preface and Annotations by James Hogg
  • Vibracoustic North America, a division of Freudenberg-NOK, uses microcellular urethane, a more pliable form of rubber, to reduce noise, vibration and harshness in the 2002 Lincoln Blackwood.
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