larch larch  /ˈlɑrtʃ/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) wood of a larch tree
  2. (n) any of numerous conifers of the genus Larix all having deciduous needlelike leaves

Usage(s):

  1. Hundreds of thousands of obliging salmon ran in Alaska's larch-green coastal waters.
  2. The larch and pinewood walls were held by steel braces so they could be assembled without glue, bolts or nails.
  3. Its surface is covered by vast forests of larch and fir trees.

News

  1. Michigan Senate OKs changes to fireworks law, bill expected to be on Snyder's desk by July Fourth

    People waiting for the Lansing fireworks display at the train over pass near Larch and Saginaw shoot off a Roman candle Wednesday July 4, 2012 in Lansing.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Times Herald

  2. Methow District seeks comment on firewood changes

    WINTHROP — The Methow Valley Ranger District is seeking public comment on a proposed seasonal closure to firewood gathering, along with other changes to the district’s firewood program. Changes could include a district-wide closure to firewood gathering from Jan. 1 to May 1 and a restriction against cutting larch after Nov. 1 each year. Sales of firewood permits would not start each year until ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Wenatchee World

  3. Larch’s Asian Pacific Islanders connect with culture

    LARCH CORRECTION CENTER — Bouncing and chanting to the drum’s rhythm, the barefoot, bare-chested dancers in flower-print sarongs are greeted by the audience’s gasps of disbelief, giving way to cheering. “Dancing in front of a group of people isn’t what a lot of us grew up learning how to do,” says Antonio Ruiz, or “Blue” as the other offenders at Larch Corrections Center call him. That didn’t ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Columbian

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Quotes

  1. Jones said: "In the autumn of 2009 the FC confirmed that the dynamic of P. ramorum had altered significantly when Japanese larch was identified as a new and prolific sporulating host - producing inoculum at far greater levels than any other known...
    on Jul 1, 2010 By: Elin Jones Source: Horticulture Week

  2. It references an underground battle which ensued after the Germans entered a British tunnel: "To this new concert, white we stood; / Cold certainty held our breath; / While men in the tunnels below Larch Wood / Were kicking men to death,"...
    on Sep 2, 2009 By: Edmund Blunden Source: guardian.co.uk

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