Woods

Woods may refer to:

  • Woodland
  • Forest
See also: Category:Forests by country
  • Wood, solid material from trees or shrubs
See also: List of woods
  • Woods (surname), a family name
  • Woods Motor Vehicle, manufacturer of electric automobiles in Chicago, Illinois between 1899 and 1916

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Other articles related to "woods":

Eric Scott Woods - Career
... Woods is uncomfortable using profanity ... had to use a voice-over for the profanity being spoken by Woods' character in the Something Wicca This Way Comes episode ... In 2012, Woods played Spencer in the action film The Philly Kid ...
Forest Preserve District Of Cook County - Facilities By Region - Region 4: North Cook County
... Activity Areas · Billy Caldwell Golf Course · Blue Star Memorial Woods · Bunker Hill · Caldwell Woods · Calvin R ... Camp Adahi · Camp Glenview · Chick Evans Golf Course · Chipilly Woods · Edgebrook Golf Course · Edgebrook Woods · Erickson Woods · Forest Glen Woods · Forest Way Grove ... Hernandez Family Picnic Area · LaBagh Woods · Linne Woods · Little House of Glencoe · Mary Mix McDonald Woods · Mathew Bieszczat–Volunteer Resource Center ...
Forest Preserve District Of Cook County - Facilities By Region - Region 7: Southwest Cook County
... Activity Areas · Bergman Slough · Black Partridge Woods · Cap Sauers Holding · Cherry Hill Woods · Forty Acre Woods · Horsetail Lake · McGinnis ...
Into The Woods (disambiguation)
... Into the Woods is a musical production written by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine ... Into the Woods may also refer to ...
Penola, South Australia
... who alongside with Julian Tenison Woods in 1866 established the first free Catholic school using the Woods/MacKillop Catholic education system in Australia, St ... Woods and MacKillop also established in Penola 'her' order of nuns, the Congregation of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart ...

Famous quotes containing the word woods:

    Something startles me where I thought I was safest,
    I withdraw from the still woods I loved,
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)

    but as an Eagle
    His cloudless thunderbolted on thir heads.
    So vertue giv’n for lost,
    Deprest, and overthrown, as seem’d,
    Like that self-begott’n bird
    In the Arabian woods embost,
    That no second knows nor third,
    And lay e’re while a Holocaust,
    From out her ashie womb now teem’d
    Revives, reflourishes, then vigorous most
    When most unactive deem’d,
    And though her body die, her fame survives,
    A secular bird ages of lives.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    The woods were as fresh and full of vegetable life as a lichen in wet weather, and contained many interesting plants; but unless they are of white pine, they are treated with as little respect here as a mildew, and in the other case they are only the more quickly cut down.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)