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but·ton·wood
[buht-n-wood]
NOUN
1.
Chiefly Eastern New England. sycamore.
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Buttonwood or Buttonwoods may refer to: In popular culture. "Buttonwood", column in The Economist magazine named for the Buttonwood Agreement. In history.

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Small producer of both dry and dessert wines in the Santa Ynez Valley.

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The Buttonwood Agreement, which took place on May 17, 1792, started the New York Stock & Exchange Board now called the New York Stock Exchange.

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Analysis of the ever-changing financial markets (Wall Street trades used to take place under a Buttonwood tree)

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Noun[edit]. buttonwood (plural buttonwoods). The common name given to at least three species of shrub or tree. The mangrove tree (Conocarpus erectus, family ...

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Provides stock quotes whenever a cash tag (ex. $AAPL) is mentioned in a channel that buttonwood is in, or when mentioning or directly talking to buttonwood.

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Buttonwood Beach is located on Maryland's Eastern Shore on a gorgeous piece of land on the banks of the Elk River at the head of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Buttonwood Waterfront Bungalow thumbnail. Buttonwood Bungalow thumbnail. Buttonwood is a cozy waterfront bungalow, perfect for a couple. Experience the ...