oak apple in a sentence
- Bock's description of oak apples is noted in the entomologists data base.
- Leaf buds, for example, result instead in what is known as oak apples.
- The match was to celebrate Restoration Day, also known as Oak Apple Day.
- Fownhope, Hereford have an ongoing tradition in the celebration of Oak Apple Day.
- Oak apples may be brownish, yellowish, greenish, pinkish, or reddish.
- The holiday is still celebrated today as Oak Apple Day.
- Cynipini is the tribe partially responsible for the formation of galls known as oak apples on oak trees.
- A much richer and deeper black dye was eventually found made from the Oak apple or "'gall-nut " '.
- To celebrate " his Majesty's Return to his Parliament " May 29 was made a public holiday, popularly known as Oak Apple Day.
- Oak Apple Day ( or Royal Oak Day ) is a former public holiday in England on 29 May that commemorated the oak tree.
- However, " Night " sometimes misidentified as being in September takes place on Oak Apple Day in May rather than in the autumn.
- The night is 29 May, Oak Apple Day, a public holiday which celebrated the Charles II hid after losing the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
- Other related figures in Britain include the Burry Man of South Queensferry and the Garland King of Castleton, Derbyshire, who parades on Oak Apple Day.
- Although Oak Apple Day celebrations have decreased in popularity and knowledge, Fownhope has managed to keep the event going, increasing in popularity and turn-out every year.
- These marble chimneypieces have the inclusion of roses, Scottish thistles, grapes, sunflowers, oak apples, Pomegranates and " fleur-de-lys " which may been interpreted as Jacobite symbols.
- The public holiday, Oak Apple Day, was formally abolished by the Anniversary Days Observance Act 1859, but the date retains some significance in local or institutional customs.
- Instead of individual honours being made, 29 May, Charles'birthday, was set aside as " Royal Oak Day, " and " Oak Apple Day " to commemorate the Restoration.
- The gall itself is a typical oak apple gall in appearance, roughly spherical and varies from greenish to reddish or orange depending on host, age and environmental conditions.
- Celebration was made by the wearing of oak leaves in the hat; oak apples gilded, with a few leaves surrounding them, were sold in the streets of London.
- In 1664 the King's birthday of 29 May was designated Oak Apple Day, by Act of Parliament and a special service was inserted in the Book of Common Prayer.
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