Walnut Tree

  • (noun): Any of various trees of the genus Juglans.
    Synonyms: walnut

Some articles on walnut tree, walnut, trees, tree:

Walnut Tree (disambiguation)
... Walnut Tree may mean Walnut (Juglans), a genus of trees in the family Juglandaceae, as well as the nuts growing on those types of tree African Walnut, a common name for the unrelated ...
Browns Wood - ONS Urban Sub-Areas
... The Office for National Statistics has designated urban sub-areas called Walnut Tree and Browns Wood that are far bigger than the districts of that name ... The Walnut Tree and Browns Wood urban sub-areas together approximate to that part of the former Newport Pagnell Rural District that is west of the River Ouzel ... The districts included in the Walnut Tree urban sub-area are Walton, Walnut Tree, Wavendon Gate, Walton Hall, Kents Hill, Brinklow, Monkston, Kingston, Middleton (Milton ...
Walnut Tree, Milton Keynes - ONS Urban Sub-Areas
... The Office for National Statistics has designated urban sub-areas called Walnut Tree and Browns Wood that are far bigger than the districts of that name ... The Walnut Tree and Browns Wood urban sub-areas together approximate to that part of the former Newport Pagnell Rural District that is west of the River Ouzel and east of the M1 ... The districts included in the Walnut Tree urban sub-area are Walton, Walnut Tree, Wavendon Gate, Walton Hall, Kents Hill, Brinklow, Monkston, Kingston, Middleton (Milton Keynes Village), Broughton, Northfield and ...
Walton, Milton Keynes - ONS Urban Sub-Areas
... The Office of National Statistics has designated urban sub-areas called Walnut Tree and Browns Wood that are far bigger than the districts of that name ... The Walnut Tree and Browns Wood urban sub-areas together approximate to that part of the former Newport Pagnell Rural District that is west of the ... The districts included in the Walnut Tree urban sub-area are Walton, Walnut Tree, Wavendon Gate, Walton Hall, Kents Hill, Brinklow, Monkston, Kingston, Middleton (Milton Keynes Village), Broughton, Northfield ...

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