lightwood

[n] - tall Australian acacia yielding highly valued black timber
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Lightwood

Light'wood` (-wod`) noun Pine wood abounding in pitch, used for torches in the Southern United States; pine knots, dry sticks, and the like, for kindling a fire quickly or making a blaze.
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lightwood

Pine wood abounding in pitch, used for torches in the Southern United States; pine knots, dry sticks, and the like, for kindling a fire quickly or making a blaze. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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lightwood

Acacia melanoxylon noun tall Australian acacia yielding highly valued black timber
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Lightwood

• (n.) Pine wood abounding in pitch, used for torches in the Southern United States; pine knots, dry sticks, and the like, for kindling a fire quickly or making a blaze.
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Lightwood

Lightwood is a suburb of Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. It is located to the south of Longton, and Lightwood Road runs from here to Rough Close. The area gives its name to The Lightwood Hoard, a substantial collection of Roman coins discovered buried in the garden of a house on Lightwood Road in 1960. Though containing mostly private housing, the
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