The dead and for the most part unmerchantable
wood behind my house, and the driftwood from the pond, have supplied the remainder of my fuel.
'The severity of these issues and the extent to which they may have rendered the vehicle unmerchantable
is a question of fact.' ...
Woody biomass harvesting is similar to a traditional timber harvest except the unmerchantable
woody material, such as tree-tops, small-diameter trees, and pre- existing deadwood that would normally be left on site are removed for biofuel production (Riffel et al., 2011).
Slash pile burning can be an economical method for disposing of harvest residues on National Forests following timber harvesting operations  and an effective method for reducing the volume of unmerchantable
Biomass was from the tops and limbs of merchantable trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.), >20 cm diameter at breast height (DBH), and whole trees of unmerchantable
trembling aspen, sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.), and basswood (Tilia americana L.).
trees (too small to process into sawlogs) plus the limbs and tops of merchantable trees were piled at roadside landings for disposal by open burning.
They recommended a sentence of standing in the pillory for one hour (and being subjected to pelting from bystanders with "unmerchantable
eggs"), 14 days' imprisonment, and a fine plus court costs.
Annunziato's family claims that Murphy Bed Express in Manhattan sold him the bed "without instructions, warnings and all pieces necessary to properly and safely assemble the bed." In addition, the suit says, the pieces the store did give him were "unsafe, unmerchantable
and unfit for use." The NYDN says that this isn't the first death caused by a Murphy bed; two British sisters were trapped by one while on vacation in Spain in 2005, and a Los Angeles man suffocated after drunkenly passing out in a folded-up bed in 1982.
The remaining unmerchantable
trees were clear-cut and the residual trees were burnt from December 2003 to January 2004 prior to forest planting.
Thus, if the words "any action" and "shall not be liable" in subsection (h) mean that it is not acceptable to circumvent the MPLA as to a product seller by calling ah allegedly defective product ah "unmerchantable
" one, then it also should not be acceptable assert non-MPLA claims as to a product manufacturer in general because subpart (a) speaks in identical terms.
All other art works such as we find in our museums are de facto or legally unmerchantable
. (148) What is more, they need no protection that goes beyond the normal protection for all objects (prohibition of destruction, theft, misappropriation and smuggling).