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spring·wood

 (sprĭng′wo͝od′)
n.

springwood

(ˈsprɪŋˌwʊd)
n
(Botany) the wood that is produced by a plant in the spring and early summer and consists of large thin-walled xylem cells. Compare summerwood

spring•wood

(ˈsprɪŋˌwʊd)

n.
the part of an annual ring of wood characterized by large, thin-walled cells formed during the first part of the growing season. Compare summerwood.
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And now after 20 years of trying, he had finally persuaded me to join him on the state's opening morning of early wood duck season.
Crimson Pearl is noted for its early wood ripening and great winter hardiness.
The early wood stoves were essentially steel or cast-iron boxes.
The area with most part of the early wood theoretically achieves weaker weld than with the larger proportion of the late wood with higher density.
Samples of early wood for each growth ring along the diameter of the trees (pith-bark direction) were cut in order to perform the maceration and preparation of slides through the Jeffrey method, according to Burger and Richter (1991).
Therefore, it will be expected that the annual ring width, early wood and late wood ratio to influence the colour properties of wood.
1) Five times with a spacing (transmitter-receiver distance) of 200 mm on the tangential surface at early wood positions using the indirect method (variant A);
Fishing, Let A Thousand Flowers Bloom Aside from the Edge of Arabia group, the packed saleroom witnessed a new record for the Egyptian modern master Abdul Hadi El-Gazzar (1925-1965), one of the leading proponents of surrealism, when sold for $746,500 / AED 2,741,148 (estimate: $250,000-350,000); an early wood sculpture of a figure by the Iraqi artist Jewad Selim (1921-1961) also set a record when it sold against many bidders for $662,500 / AED 2,432,700.
Aside from the Edge of Arabia group, the packed saleroom witnessed a new record for the Egyptian modern master Abdul Hadi El-Gazzar (1925-1965), one of the leading proponents of surrealism, when Fishing, sold for $746,500 (estimate: $250,000-350,000); an early wood sculpture of a figure by the Iraqi artist Jewad Selim (1921-1961) also set a record when it sold against many bidders for $662,500.
The film links elements common to what has been defined as early Wood and late Wood and calls into question arbitrary definitions concerning the coherence of his actual critical legacy.
The last few cell rows of libriform wood fibres at the border of the annual rings are more strongly lignified than the weakly lignified libriform wood fibres of the early wood.

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