wood

A secondary tissue found in seed plants which consists largely of xylem tissue.
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wood

[adj] - concerning or dwelling or situated in a wood 2. [n] - the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees 3. [n] - United States film actress (1938-1981) 4. [n] - English conductor (1869-1944) 5. [n] - English writer of novels about murders and thefts and forgeries (1814-1887) 6. [n] - United States paint...
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Wood

The woodlands during the Iron Age were heavily managed to produce the right wood for the builder and carpenter. Methods of production include coppicing and pollarding. Uses of wood: Construction of buildings Lathe turned bowls, platters Boats - plank built and hollowed log Boxes - storage chests, and bent wood boxes Fences - wattle and hurdles Fuel...
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Wood

A hard substance which forms the branches and trunks of trees and which can be used as a building material, for making things, or as a fuel. Wood properties depend on moisture content. Wood is a composite fibrous material (cellulose and lignin fibres) that starts to decompose at 550 K.Acacia A durable wood used for palings and posts. A lot of the g...
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Wood

Wood and wood products used as fuel, including round wood (cord wood), limb wood, wood chips, bark, sawdust, forest residues, charcoal, pulp waste, and spent pulping liquor.
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Wood

wood is the material forming the trunks and branches of trees. Timber (lumber in America) is cut from the trunk. It is the most amazing building material, capable, properly stressed, of spanning over seventy feet. Its true value has perhaps tended to be underestimated because it is seldom obv...
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Wood

Wood (wod) adjective [ Middle English wod , Anglo-Saxon wōd ; akin to Old High German wuot , Icelandic ōðr , Goth. wōds , Dutch woede madness, German wuth , wut , also to Anglo-Saxon wōð song, Icelandic ...
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Wood

Wood intransitive verb To grow mad; to act like a madman; to mad. Chaucer.
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Wood

Wood noun [ Middle English wode , wude , Anglo-Saxon wudu , wiodu ; akin to Old High German witu , Icelandic vi...r , Dan. & Swedish ved wood, and probably to Ir. & Gael. fiodh , W. gwydd trees, shrubs.] 1. A large and thick co...
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Wood

Wood transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wooded ; present participle & verbal noun Wooding .] To supply with wood, or get supplies of wood for; as, to wood a steamboat or a locomotive.
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Wood

Wood intransitive verb To take or get a supply of wood.
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wood

Mad; insane; possessed; rabid; furious; frantic. ... Alternative forms: wode] 'Our hoste gan to swear as [if] he were wood.' (Chaucer) ... Origin: OE. Wod, AS. Wd; akin to OHG. Wuot, Icel. R, Goth. Wds, D. Woede madness, G. Wuth, wut, also to AS. W song, Icel. R, L. Vates a seer, a poet. Cf. Wednesday. ... To grow mad; to act like a madman; to mad....
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Wood

Grant Wood noun United States painter noted for works based on life in the Midwest (1892-1942)
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wood

noun the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
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Wood

Ellen Price Wood noun English writer of novels about murders and thefts and forgeries (1814-1887)
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Wood

Sir Henry Joseph Wood noun English conductor (1869-1944)
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Wood

noun United States film actress (1938-1981)
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Wood

• (a.) Mad; insane; possessed; rabid; furious; frantic. • (v. i.) To take or get a supply of wood. • (n.) A large and thick collection of trees; a forest or grove; -- frequently used in the plural. • (n.) Trees cut or sawed for the fire or other uses. • (n.) The substance of trees and the like; the hard fibrous substance wh...
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wood

the principal strengthening and nutrient-conducting tissue of trees and other plants and one of the most abundant and versatile natural materials. ... [65 related articles]
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Wood

Wood is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `Of the Woods` Wood,Woods,Woody The name Wood doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Wood seems to be unique!
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Wood

Wood is British slang for an erect penis
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Wood

Wood is British slang for an erect penis
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Wood

[festival] Wood is an annual small early summer folk and roots music festival and environmental gathering, which takes place in Braziers Park, Ipsden near Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK. Its indepdendent organisers, Robin and Joe Bennett, also arrange the Truck Festival. ==Events== There are two stages and the acts alternate between the two. ...
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Wood

[Kent cricketer, 1789] Wood (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who made two known appearances in first-class matches for Kent from 1789 to 1790. ==Bibliography== ...
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Wood

[golf] A wood is a type of club used in the sport of golf. Woods have longer shafts and larger, rounder heads than other club types, and are used to hit the ball longer distances than other types. Woods are so called because, traditionally, they had a club head that was made from hardwood, generally persimmon, but modern clubs have heads ma...
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