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A tough, springy, whitish-grey wood native to Britain. Readily available and inexpensive, the solid wood was much used in making country furniture in the 18th and 19th centuries. As a veneer, it is found on some Georgian furniture, and ash BURRS are sometimes seen in CABINET work. Ash is still traditionally used for BENTWOOD chairs.

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[director] Over the Hedge: Hammy Goes Nuts! is a video game published by Activision based on characters from the film Over the Hedge. The Game Boy Advance (GBA) version, a miniature golf game, was developed by Vicarious Visions and released on October 10, 2006 in North America. The Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable (PSP) versions, an act...
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Ash

(Fraxinus) These hardy, deciduous trees are commonly known as Ash Trees. Most of the Ashes are natives of the Northern Hemisphere. These quick-growing trees are suitable for growing in yards and along roads; they will survive in almost any soil in wind-swept areas and near the sea. Ashes produce compound leaves with toothed leaflets that turn yello...
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ash

The fine-grained material produced by a pyroclastic eruption. An ash particle is defined to have a diameter of less than 2 millimeters.
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Ash

The mineral content of a product remaining after complete combustion.
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[n] - the residue that remains when something is burned 2. [n] - strong elastic wood of any of various ash trees 3. [n] - any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus Fraxinus 4. [v] - convert into ashes
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Ash

(Fraxinus excelsior) Species of large deciduous tree native to Europe which likes heavy alkaline loams.
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A straight grained, very tough and elastic timber. Used where sudden shocks have to be resisted e.g. handles of tools, oars, blocks and pulleys, spokes of wheels and milk-pails. Ash bark is used tanning and the ashes of ash is used for potash.
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Ash

NATO codename for Bisnovat K-80, R-4 air-to-air missile [SU;RU]
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Action on Smoking and Health
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Action on Smoking and Health Australia
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American Society of Hematology
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American Society of Hypertension
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Ash

Non-organic, non-flammable substance left over after combustible material has been completely burned.
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Ash

Ash (ăsh) noun [ Middle English asch , esh , Anglo-Saxon æsc ; akin to Old High German asc , Swedish & Danish ask , Icelandic askr , Dutch esch , German esche .] 1. (Botany) A genus of trees of the Olive family, having opp...
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Ash

Ash noun , sing. of Ashes . » Ash is rarely used in the singular except in connection with chemical or geological products; as, soda ash , coal which yields a red ash , etc., or as a qualifying or combining word; as, ash bin, ash heap, ash
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Ash

Ash transitive verb To strew or sprinkle with ashes. Howell.
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<radiobiology> Fusion reaction products trapped in a plasma. Ash is bad because (a) it generally radiates more strongly than the fuel ions, and thus reduces energy confinement, and (b) it creates additional plasma pressure and/or reduces pressure available for fuel ions. ... Controlling ash is a major area of fusion research. Ideally one woul...
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ash

ash tree noun any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus Fraxinus
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ash

verb convert into ashes
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American Society of Hematology.
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Ash

• (n.) A genus of trees of the Olive family, having opposite pinnate leaves, many of the species furnishing valuable timber, as the European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) and the white ash (F. Americana). • (n.) The tough, elastic wood of the ash tree. • (v. t.) To strew or sprinkle with ashes. • (n.) sing. of Ashes.Ash: words in the...
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(from the article `coal utilization`) Coal contains a variety of minerals in varying proportions that, when the coal is burned, are transformed into ash. The amount and nature of the ash ... ...the Romans learned its use and manufacture from ancient Mediterranean peoples or from the Celts, inhabitants of Britannia, is not known. The ......
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any tree of the genus Fraxinus of the olive family (Oleaceae). The genus includes about 70 species of trees and shrubs, mostly distributed ... [1 related articles]
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Ash

Ash is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Ash Tree Meadow` Where is it used? The name Ash is mainly used In English.If it`s too long people might use In English: AshleySee also In English (Modern) : Ashlie In English (Modern) : Ashleigh In English (Modern) : Ashlee Hebrew: . o`ren, Meaning: `tremulous` The name Ash doesn`t appear I...
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