orchard : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth
- Beekeeper Orin Johnson checks on hives in an orchard.
- Jobs came up with the name, inspired by an orchard in Oregon where he had worked with some friends: Apple Computer.
- Near Peshawar, key city of the Khyber Pass, gateway to northern India, a patrol of the 17th Poona horse (Indian) rode last week through the sun-speckled fruit orchards.
News & Articles
- Orchard Park police respond to reported suicide threat
Orchard Park police, after noticing a strong odor of natural gas coming from a Big Tree Road home, forced their way into the residence Monday evening and removed a young man who had made suicidal statements and threatened to fill his home with natural gas, they said.
June 11, 2013 - The Buffalo News
- West Seneca Man Arrested in Connection to Orchard Park Burglary
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WKBW) - A West Seneca man was arrested Monday for numerous charges stemming from a house burglary he committed earlier in the day in Orchard Park.
June 11, 2013 - WKBW-TV Buffalo
- Team Darci:Group rallies for Orchard of Hope co-founder's daughter, Darci Strait, during annual event
Orchard of Hope Foundation co-founder Sandi Allen, left, and her daughter, Darci Strait, talk about Strait's recent cancer treatments and their close-knit family Saturday during the 13th annual Walk for Hope at Veterans Park. (
June 10, 2013 - Canon City Daily Record
- Dmitry Medvedev in The Moscow Times
The state should not tear the apples from the tree of economics. What the government should do is help to grow our apple orchard, develop our economic environment,he said.
- Mohammad Akram in TVNZ
I saw the plane diving downwards. It hit electricity wires and then crashed after hitting a wall of an orchard,said Mohammad Akram, a farmer who was working in his fields.