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More sudden than fossil or feather or driftwood burl on a desk, the sprig's scent conjures a dear place and time, jump-starting memory like satiny wildflowers chanced upon between pages of a book.
On one wall, small branches of driftwood painted gray and bunched together hang as unexpected art.
Honsal said that a local resident stepped in to help and struggled on the ground with Felder, who then allegedly picked up a piece of driftwood and hit the child over the head with it.
The jumble of driftwood tables, schoolhouse chairs, and chaises before us is Biquet Plage, a café that looks like an artsy yard sale spilling out of a shipping container onto the wide beach.
Anglers throughout Southeast Louisiana are reporting numerous encounters with trees and other driftwood in the swift-moving water. ************** Todd Masson can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504.232.3054.
Choose from crafters peddling jewelry, art, glass, silk, pet accessories, candles, bonsai, iron work and driftwood sailboats from Art Sea.
On a quiet beach on City Island, the small waterfront community off the eastern tip of the Bronx, David Ellis and his 6-year-old son walked up to a piece of driftwood with a poem painted on it.
Elkhead Reservoir Fishing has slowed considerably due to the lake being muddy with driftwood debris.
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First Known Use of driftwood
DRIFTWOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of driftwood for English Language Learners
: wood that is floating in water or carried to the shore by water
DRIFTWOOD Defined for Kids
Definition of driftwood for Students
: wood carried by water
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