- Oak Apple Day
- see *Royal Oak Day.
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Oak Apple Day — An oak apple in Worcestershire, England Also called Royal Oak Day Shick Shack Day Oak and Nettle Day Type Historical Date … Wikipedia
Oak-apple Day — noun 29 May, the anniversary of the Restoration in 1660, when country boys used to wear oak apples in commemoration of Charles II hiding in the branches of an oak (the Royal Oak) from Cromwell s troopers after the Battle of Worcester • • • Main… … Useful english dictionary
Oak apple — An oak apple on a tree in Worcestershire, England Oak apple is the common name for a large, round, vaguely apple like gall commonly found on many species of oak. Oak apples range in size from 2 5cm. Oak apples are caused by chemicals injected by… … Wikipedia
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Oak — Quercus redirects here. For other uses, see Quercus (disambiguation). This article is about oaks (Quercus). For other uses of Oak , see Oak (disambiguation). Oak Foliage and acorns of Quercus robur … Wikipedia
Oak (wine) — Oak Wine Barrels The use of oak plays a significant role in winemaking and can have a profound effect on the resulting wine, affecting the color, flavor, tannin profile and texture of the wine. Oak can come into contact with wine in the form of a … Wikipedia
Royal Oak Day — Oak Apple Day (29 May) One of the few customary days which have an identifiable historical starting point: This was the first anniversary appointed by Act of Parliament to be observ d as a day of general Thanksgiving for the miraculous… … A Dictionary of English folklore
Four Times of the Day — is a series of four paintings by English artist William Hogarth. Completed in 1736, they were reproduced as a series of four engravings published in 1738. They are humorous depictions of life in the streets of London, the vagaries of fashion, and … Wikipedia
Royal Oak — The Royal Oak is the name given to the oak tree within which King Charles II of England hid to escape the Roundheads following the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The tree was located in Boscobel Wood, which was part of the park of Boscobel House.… … Wikipedia