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roundwood

(ˈraʊndˌwʊd)
n
(Forestry) forestry small pieces of timber (about 5–15 cm, or 2–6 in.) in diameter; small logs
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Metshallitus metstalous oy is requesting electronic bids for carriage services of roundwood to purchase lots in southern finland.
Tommy Wall was tragically killed after a car he was travelling in hit a ditch between Roundwood and Annamoe, Co Wicklow, at around 6.40am on Saturday.
South Wales Police are investigating the assault which happened on Tuesday at around 10.20pm at Roundwood in Llanedeyrn.
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Davies, 24, of Roundwood Avenue, Waterloo, admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm on April 7.
Compared to the previous month, the total value of Slovenia's roundwood purchased in January 2013 was higher by 48%, mainly due to higher quantities of purchased wood.
The cradles were free-draining and were scaled to each hold at least one full truckload of roundwood, or approximately 30 [m.sup.3] solid volume.
Reductions in wood exports from Russia, particularly for birch pulpwood, and additional export duties on roundwood announced by Russia are also aggravating the wood supply situation, Stora Enso said.
In the roundwood sector, competition from low quality wood area, especially timber attacked by beetles, continues to keep up the pressure on the market.
O'Brien and Kinane were on the mark with a smart newcomer Warrior Queen in the opening Roundwood Maiden for juvenile fillies.
Garrett Cotter's hopes of keeping the ride on Roundwood were dashed yesterday when he lost his appeal against a four-day whip ban.
Irish eyes were smiling ominously early on the eve of the Cheltenham Festival as Roundwood gave the Emerald Isle raiders their first strike of the week in the Tote Handicap Chase at Stratford yesterday.