an evergreen tree decorated at Christmas with ornaments and lights.
a control board or panel containing a variety of colored lights for indicating the status of various functions, elements, components, etc.
an elaborate arrangement of pipes, valves, etc., as for controlling the flow of oil or gas.
A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce
, pine, or fir or ...... The crib and the tree: precious symbols, which hand down in
time the true meaning of Christm...
The earliest Christmas trees (or evergreen branches) used in homes were
referred to ..... Christian tradition finds meaning in each of these mysterious
Jun 2, 2004 ... Some question the origin of the modern Christmas tree, but to be ..... is a Greek
word (elpis) which has both an active and a passive meaning.
They're great to decorate - but what's behind all the symbolic meaning of the
Christmas tree? Find out here.
The history of Christmas Trees, when they became popular and what they mean
and represent at Christmas Traditions and Customs.
Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all
year had a special meaning for people in the winter.Discover the history of the ...
Dec 5, 2007 ... The symbolic meaning of Christmas trees originates in pagan culture where the
evergreen represents life, rebirth, and stamina needed to ...
The Meaning Of A Christmas Tree. By William V. Rauscher. The Christmas tree
comes to us from Germany. Martin Luther is credited with being inspired by the ...