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  • 1 Wooden reed care — and Bacteria Introduction Due to their natural composition, wooden musical reeds may hold bacteria or mold, which can affect one’s health and the quality of sound produced. Some of the basic instruments that use wooden reeds include the clarinet …

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  • 2 Operation Wooden Leg — Wooden Leg Part of Israeli–Palestinian Conflict Map of Tunisia Operational scope Strategic Planned by …

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  • 3 Miracle Strip Amusement Park — was a popular local theme park built in 1963 in Panama City Beach, Florida, across the street from the beach. It featured several rides that were uniquely spectacular by placing them within enclosed spaces and adding pounding music and lighting… …

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  • 4 Miracle Strip at Pier Park — Location Panama City Beach, Florida, U.S. Website miracle strip.com Owne …

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  • 5 Borovnica (comic strip) — Borovnica is a short comic strip published in Croatian children s magazine Modra Lasta . Created in 1992 by Darko Macan, Borovnica was originally printed in black and white, although versions in color appeared in later years. Each strip usually… …

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  • 6 rubbing strip — noun A wooden or hard rubber strip running the part or whole length of a boats hull to protect it when it locks, moored against other boats, pontoons or jetties. See Also: fender …

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  • 7 Production strip — A traditional production board is a cardboard or wooden chart holding colour coded strips of paper, each containing information about a scene in the script. A modern version will probably be printed using computer software.The colour coded… …

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  • 8 Barbed wire — For other uses, see Barb wire (disambiguation). A close up view of a barbed wire barb …

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  • 9 screed — /skreed/, n. 1. a long discourse or essay, esp. a diatribe. 2. an informal letter, account, or other piece of writing. 3. Building Trades. a. a strip of plaster or wood applied to a surface to be plastered to serve as a guide for making a true… …

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  • 10 Jacob Haish — (March 9, 1826–February 19, 1926) was one of the first inventors of barbed wire. His type of barbed wire was in direct competition with the other barbed wire manufacturers in DeKalb, Illinois. He was a known carpenter and architect in DeKalb… …

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  • 11 Engawa — nihongo|Engawa|縁側 or 掾側 refers to the typically wooden strip of flooring immediately before windows and storm shutters inside traditional Japanese rooms.cite encyclopedia title = nihongo|En|縁 encyclopedia = nihongo|Daijisen|大辞泉 publisher =… …

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  • 12 Isaac L. Ellwood — entrepreneur.Early lifeEllwood was born in Salt Springville, New York. His first taste of business came as a young boy when he began selling sauerkraut. In 1851 Ellwood, like many others, headed west to the California Gold Rush.DeKalb,… …

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  • 13 race plate — a metallic, plastic, or wooden strip directly in front of the reed on the lay of a loom, along which the shuttle travels in its passage through the shed. Also, raceplate. Also called race. * * * …

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  • 14 taper — [[t]te͟ɪpə(r)[/t]] tapers, tapering, tapered 1) V ERG If something tapers, or if you taper it, it becomes gradually thinner at one end. Unlike other trees, it doesn t taper very much. It stays fat all the way up. [V ing] ...beautiful hands with… …

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  • 15 furring — n. lining or garment made of fur; fur like whitish coating covering of substance (as on the tongue of a sick person); wooden strip used to give a level surface for attaching plasterboard fÉœr /fɜː n. hair of an animal; clothing made with fur;… …

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  • 16 furrings — n. lining or garment made of fur; fur like whitish coating covering of substance (as on the tongue of a sick person); wooden strip used to give a level surface for attaching plasterboard …

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  • 17 astragal — [ astrəg(ə)l] noun 1》 Architecture a convex moulding or wooden strip, of semicircular section. 2》 a bar separating panes of glass in cabinetmaking. Origin C17: from astragalus, partly via Fr. astragale …

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  • 18 wale — noun 1》 a ridge on a textured woven fabric such as corduroy. 2》 Nautical a horizontal wooden strip fitted as strengthening to a boat s side. 3》 a horizontal band around a woven basket. Origin OE walu stripe, weal …

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  • 19 batten — I. n. Wooden strip. II. v. a. 1. Fasten with battens. 2. Fatten, make fat. III. v. n. Grow fat, fatten, thrive …

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  • 20 wale — ► NOUN 1) a ridge on a textured woven fabric such as corduroy. 2) Nautical a horizontal wooden strip fitted as strengthening to a boat s side. ORIGIN Old English, «stripe, weal» …

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