timberyard


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timberyard

(ˈtɪmbəˌjɑːd)
n
(Forestry) Brit an establishment where timber and sometimes other building materials are stored or sold. US and Canadian word: lumberyard
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timberyard

[ˈtɪmbəˌjɑːd] n (Brit) → deposito m legname inv
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Mine was a quiet back-garret with a sloping roof, commanding a pleasant prospect of a timberyard; and when I took possession of it, with the reflection that Mr.
He had seen his fellow elephants die of cold and epilepsy and starvation and sunstroke up at a place called Ali Musjid, ten years later; and afterward he had been sent down thousands of miles south to haul and pile big balks of teak in the timberyards at Moulmein.
An application to pull down and replace an office building to make more space for lorries at aGateshead timberyard has been submitted.
There are toilets and baby change areas at The Timberyard area and also up at The House, there's a buggy park, also located up at the house - PS1 refundable deposit to use - and even front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seats for loan from the ticket office.
He retired in 1958, aged 65, as a timberyard foreman.
JOE RADFORD RESTAURANT BOSS Joe lives in Leith and helps to run Timberyard in Edinburgh.
As a designer, I had some success with previous high-end projects, including selling a table to Christie's, designing a light for Habitat and being involved in the design and renovation of Edinburgh's Timberyard restaurant, but my biggest ambition has always been to create accessible work for the mass market.
Tenders are invited for Providing of accounts staff for maintaining of accounts through outsources (Timberyard)
(26) Federated Sawmill, Timberyard and General Woodworkers' Employes' Association (Adelaide Branch) v Alexander (1912) 15 CLR 308, 313 (Griffith CJ).
Timberyard boss Adrian Farey believes locally built wood-framed homes are affordable, sustainable and would rejuvenate Welsh forestry.
It beat two other projects: Timberyard Social Housing in Dublin by O'Donnell + Tuomey, and the Anchorage Museum in Alaska by David Chipperfield Architects (AR August 2009).
Slipcon Finishing Systems - Leif & Lorentz (Denmark), HT Wood (Lebanon), Chabros (Lebanon) and Timberyard (UAE) are also among the exhibitors that have secured sizeable deals and are anticipating higher sales after the event.