Seasoning

Removing moisture from green wood in order to improve its serviceability.
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Seasoning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Season • (n.) That which is added to any species of food, to give it a higher relish, as salt, spices, etc.; a condiment. • (n.) Hence, something added to enhance enjoyment or relieve dullness; as, wit is the seasoning of conversation. • (n.) The act or process by which anything is seasoned.Seasoning: word...
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seasoning

(from the article `slavery`) ...and inability to collect was one of the major reasons companies went bankrupt. After the auction the slave was delivered to the new owner, who ...
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Seasoning

- Drying and removing moisture from green wood in order to improve its usability.
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seasoning

noun the act of adding a seasoning to food
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Seasoning

[colonialism] Seasoning, or The Seasoning, is the term applied to the period of adjustment that was undertaken by immigrants - African and European - following their first attack of tropical disease, during the colonization of the Americas. Malaria was the chief adversary of colonists and slaves. Death rates dramatically differed between re...
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Seasoning

[cookware] Seasoning is the process of treating the surface of a saucepan, wok, crepe griddle or other cooking vessel with a stick-resistant coating formed from polymerized fat and oil on the surface. Seasoning is desirable on cast-iron cookware and carbon steel cookware, because otherwise they are very sticky to foods and rust-prone. It is...
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Seasoning

Sea'son·ing noun 1. The act or process by which anything is seasoned. 2. That which is added to any species of food, to give it a higher relish, as salt, spices, etc.; a condiment. 3. Hence, something added to enhance enjoyment or relieve dullness; as, wit is the seasoning...
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Seasoning

Adding salt, pepper, herbs and spices to a dish for added flavour.
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Seasoning

Drying and removing moisture from green wood in order to improve its usability.
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Seasoning

Drying green wood to a serviceable level.
-Air dried: dried by exposure to the air without the use of artifical heat.
-Kiln dried: dried in a kiln (or oven) with the aid of artificial heat.
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seasoning

Drying timber to a moisture content appropriate to the conditions and purposes for which it is to be used
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seasoning

in lumbering, drying lumber to prepare it for use. Unseasoned (green) wood is subject to attack by fungi and insects, and it also shrinks as it ...
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Seasoning

reducing the moisture content of wood before working to prevent cracking, splitting, and other damage due to drying.
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Seasoning

seasoning is the process of drying timber which contains a great deal of water when growing. It is dried mainly, to minimise shrinkage and to make it more resistant to fungal attack, but it also makes it lighter and easier to handle, better for painting etc. Seasoning is quite ...
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Seasoning

The drying or removing of the sap in felled trees.
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Seasoning

The process of removing the moisture from green wood to improve its workability and stability.
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seasoning

[n] - the act of adding a seasoning to food
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