elm

English elm is a hard and flexible wood, light golden-brown in colour and with a coarse, irregular grain. It has a tendency to warp and is prone to worm. The timber was often used in country furniture. The wych elm or Scotch elm is harder than the English variety, with a straighter, finer grain and it takes a good polish

Elm

Elms are components of many kinds of natural forests; during the 19th and early 20th centuries, many species and cultivars were also planted as ornamental street, garden, and park trees in Europe, North America, and parts of the Southern Hemisphere, notably Australasia. Some individual elms reached great size and age. However, in recent decades, m...
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elm

tree used for articles which must withstand soaking; base of trunk used to make wheel hubs (Je, 110)
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Elm

• (n.) A tree of the genus Ulmus, of several species, much used as a shade tree, particularly in America. The English elm is Ulmus campestris; the common American or white elm is U. Americana; the slippery or red elm, U. fulva.
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elm

<botany> A tree of the genus Ulmus, of several species, much used as a shade tree, particularly in America. The English elm is Ulmus campestris; the common American or white elm is U. Americana; the slippery or red elm, U. Fulva. Elm beetle, a large sawfly (Cimbex Americana). The larva, which is white with a black dorsal stripe, feeds on the ...
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elm

(genus Ulmus), any of about 18 species of forest and ornamental shade trees of the family Ulmaceae native primarily to North Temperate areas. Many ... [3 related articles]
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elm

noun hard tough wood of an elm tree; used for e.g. implements and furniture
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elm

elm tree noun any of various trees of the genus Ulmus: important timber or shade trees
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Elm

(England) A brown-green veneer with a mild, stripy figure. Width 8-12 inches. Exotic In the context of this book, an exotic veneer is one that originates in another country; a veneer that has beautiful, rare or attractive qualities.
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Elm

[email client] Dave Taylor (currently with Intuitive Systems) developed elm while working for Hewlett-Packard. Development later passed to a team of volunteers. The latest ({as of|2014|5|21|lc=on}) public release was version 2.5.8 in August 2005. Other popular email readers which followed elm and took it as an inspiration include the Mutt a...
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Elm

[hills] The Elm is a range of hills north of the Harz mountains in the Helmstedt and Wolfenbüttel districts of Lower Saxony, Germany. It has a length of about 25 km (15.5 mi) and a width of 3–8 km (2–5 mi) and rises to an elevation of 323 meters. Surrounded by the Northern European Lowlands, the Elm is almost uninhabited and the larges...
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Elm

Elm noun [ Anglo-Saxon elm ; akin to Dutch olm , Old High German elm , German ulme , Icelandic almr , Dan. & Swedish alm , Latin ulmus , and English alder . Confer Old .] (Botany) A tree of the genus Ulmus , of several s...
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Elm

A hard, durable and coarse grained wood. Durable even when constantly wet and so used for ship building, piles and paddle wheels.
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Elm

A slow growing hardwood tree (Ulmus) once extremely common in hedgerows and woods but suffered from Dutch Elm Disease in the late 20th century. Slowly being replanted by Wych Elm which is resistant to this disease.
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elm

Any of a group of trees found in temperate regions of the northern hemisphere and in mountainous parts of the tropics. All have doubly-toothed leaf margins and clusters of small flowers. (Genus Ulmus, family Ulmaceae.) Species include the wych elm (Ulmus glabra
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ELM

Electronic Mail
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Elm

Elm is a command-line based UNIX email system.
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elm

elm, common name for the Ulmaceae, a family of trees and shrubs chiefly of the Northern Hemisphere. Elm trees (genus Ulmus) have a limited use as hardwoods for timber, especially the rock or cork elm (U. thomasi). Tall and graceful, with fan-shaped crowns of finely subdividing branches and twigs, el...
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elm

English elm is a hard and flexible wood, light golden-brown in colour and with a coarse, irregular grain. It has a tendency to warp and is prone to worm. The timber was often used in country furniture. The wych elm or Scotch elm is harder than the English variety, with a straighter, finer grain and it takes a good polish
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Elm

The elm (Ulmus) is a genus of tree of the family Ulmaceae. They have alternate, stalked, deciduous leaves, generally serrated and harsh. There are thirteen species, all natives of the northern temperate zone, four of which are found in Britain, the species including the common elm (Ulmus campestris) once found in southern England, and wych elm (Ulm...
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elm

tree used for articles which must withstand soaking; base of trunk used to make wheel hubs (Je, 110)
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Elm

was a popular e-mail program for users of Unix or linux based operating systems that runs in a cmd line mode (like reading email in DOS).
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elm

[n] - hard tough wood of an elm tree 2. [n] - any of various trees of the genus Ulmus: important timber or shade trees
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