planking

[n] - planks collectively 2. [n] - a covering or flooring constructed of planks (as on a ship) 3. [n] - the work of covering an area with planks
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Planking

Plank'ing noun 1. The act of laying planks; also, planks, collectively; a series of planks in place, as the wooden covering of the frame of a vessel. 2. The act of splicing slivers. See Plank , transitive verb , 4.
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planking

noun the work of covering an area with planks
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Planking

• (n.) The act of laying planks; also, planks, collectively; a series of planks in place, as the wooden covering of the frame of a vessel. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Plank • (n.) The act of splicing slivers. See Plank, v. t., 4.
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Planking

wood boards that cover the frames outside the hull.
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planking

The wooden strips used to cover a boat`s deck and hull.
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planking

Sheet-wood covering accomplished by glueing thin flat wood strips side by side on a fuselage
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Planking

[fad] Planking (or the Lying Down Game) is an activity consisting of lying face down—sometimes in an unusual or incongruous location. Both hands must touch the sides of the body. Some players compete to find the most unusual and original location in which to play. The term planking refers to mimicking a wooden plank. Planking can include ...
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