any of several oak trees, as Quercus rubra, or Q. falcata, of North America.
the hard, cross-grained wood of these trees.
any of several deciduous oak trees, esp Quercus borealis, native to North America, having bristly leaves with triangular lobes and acorns with small cups
the hard cross-grained reddish wood of this tree
noun 1. any of the red natural earths, mixtures of hematite, that are used as pigments.
- Red ochre
noun 1. any of various natural red earths containing ferric oxide: used as pigments
noun 1. a written or printed paper furnishing information or evidence, as a passport, deed, bill of sale, or bill of lading; a legal or official paper. 2. any written item, as a book, article, or letter, especially of a factual or informative nature. 3. a computer data file. 4. Archaic. evidence; proof. verb (used […]
The creation or revision of a semantically equivalent representation within the same relative abstraction level. The resulting forms of representation are usually considered alternate views intended for a human audience.