wood shavings


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Noun1.wood shavings - thin curly wood shavings used for packing or stuffingwood shavings - thin curly wood shavings used for packing or stuffing
packing, packing material, wadding - any material used especially to protect something
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wood shavings

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Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Only well-decomposed wood shavings should be used on the garden but again, is thought to cause disease and fungus.
Jas Duffy, chairman of Dalavich Social Club, said: "There were marks on the door where they had prised a jemmy and there were wood shavings on the floor.
Fewer wood shavings are being produced because of the slowdown in the construction industry and there has been a shortage of straw due to the wet summer.
I learned about using chopped straw when I started looking into raising pheasants, because they eat the bedding, and if it's wood shavings, it gets stuck in their little gizzards and doesn't digest--another dead bird.
Divisional officer Bill Gough, of the West Midlands Fire Service, said the timber was crushed to make wood shavings which were sold on to make compressed board.
Plastic-covered bales of wood shavings stored outside, water leaking in through a roof and contaminated footwear or clothing were other possible means of contamination.
Ruth Norris and Andrew Bevan thought they had been burgled when they returned home on Christmas night to find soot over the carpet and debris and wood shavings scattered all over the floor.
Q WE have been offered horse manure with wood shavings in.
This frayed teddy, stuffed with wood shavings and made of mohair, persuaded bear lovers to finally pay more than 12 times its highest original estimate.
Poultry litter is mostly manure mixed with a bedding material such as wood shavings.
At the center of the gallery, the raised corner of a Persian carpet allowed the viewer to glimpse a mound of wood shavings, hidden from view like dust.
A research paper co-authored by two professors at Purdue University strongly advises against the use of American black walnut wood shavings for animal bedding.