fiddleback


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fid•dle•back

(ˈfɪd lˌbæk)

n.
1. something shaped like a fiddle.
adj.
2. resembling the back or outline of a violin.
[1885–90]
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As well as the popular Dark Fiddleback and Piano Black options, a range of five further veneers are available.
The interior is a mobile monument of traditional quintessentially English craftsmanship using ten square metres of rare, sustainably sourced veneers, such as koa and dark fiddleback eucalyptus, including a polished wooden steering wheel.
The model features dual veneer trim, with four wood options, Tamo Ash, Liquid Amber, Dark Stained Madrona and Dark Fiddleback Eucalyptus paired with Grand Black that is exclusive to the First Edition, Bentley Rotating Display, the base 650-watt, 10-speaker sound system remains, 22-inch lightweight forged alloy wheels, sports pedals, jewelled-finish oil and fuel filler caps, adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, active lane assist, a head-up display, night vision with an infrared camera and pre-sense braking.
The bald figures - 187mph and zero to 60mph in four seconds - do scant justice to a leather-lined and fiddleback eucalyptus veneered time machine that brings the horizon fast forwarding towards you like a big screen sci-fi time-warp tunnel.
Under the guidance of his instructors, the young man constructed the rifle at no more expense to me than the price of a new barrel and stock, a gorgeous piece of kiln-dried fiddleback English walnut.
Outfits like Blind Horse Knives (now Battle Horse Knives), Habilus Bush Tools, Fiddleback Forge, and L.T.
The stock is high-grade fiddleback walnut with deep bas relief carving on the butt and fine skip-line checkering on the pistol grip and forearm.
Then it's a case of relaxing in the quilted leather hide seats with their 14-way adjustment surrounded by wood veneers in burr walnut or dark fiddleback eucalyptus and luxury touches, such as picnic tables and champagne bottle coolers.
Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard, 1988; original publisher, NY: Fiddleback Music Publishing Co., 1971/72.
The focus of the family room is a texture-rich split-stone fireplace wall, with concealed cabinetry in fiddleback maple that opens to reveal the TV.
On rare occasions, stands of trees have been found with a fiddleback figure.