timbering


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tim·ber·ing

 (tĭm′bər-ĭng)
n.
Timber or objects and structures made of it.

timbering

(ˈtɪmbərɪŋ)
n
1. (Building) timbers collectively
2. (Building) work made of timber

tim•ber•ing

(ˈtɪm bər ɪŋ)

n.
building material of wood.
Translations

timbering

[ˈtɪmbərɪŋ] Nmaderamen m

timbering

n (inside house) → Gebälk nt, → Balkenwerk nt; (outside house) → Fachwerk nt; (Naut) → Spanten pl; (Min) → Stützbalken pl; (= material)(Bau)holz nt
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As part of the project replacing poles facing sustainable timbering Western Drecht phase two spent Peeing citizenship Loosdrecht eo the supply of renewable piling on.
Some Tudor timbering at the rear of the property is said to date back to around 1600 while the Queen Anne frontage was added in the early 1700s.
Sometimes standing on top of mechanical supports timbering up after roof falls, facing possibly more falls.
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It contains four reception rooms, a vaulted central hall, exposed oak timbering, a triple garage with living space and a building with office and workshop.
According to Preservation Worcester, the historic building, reminiscent of an English manner, features a rubble stone boulder base and half timbering in the gables.
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In the house bathroom, fitted with a white suite, a period feel is retained with brass Capstan taps and painted timbering below dado level.
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More than 90 percent of Vermont was forested in the early 1700s, and nearly that amount is forested today, but in between, before timbering and farming shifted West, two-thirds of the forest was denuded by settlers cutting wood for houses and clearing land for fields and pastures.
Even President Bush has signed off on adding 529,604 acres at a time when environmentalists are attempting to use the Wilderness Act to block his pursuit of more oil and gas drilling and timbering on federal land.