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- noun The
woodof the beechtree.
- noun A wood largely populated with beech trees.
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- noun wood of any of various beech trees; used for flooring and containers and plywood and tool handles
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catpewk Diary Entry catpewk 2003
The narrow lounge—created by Osman Cakir , an Istanbul native and antique collector who also owns the bar Turks and Frogs next door—has a curved ceiling, bronzed luggage racks and beechwood panels to evoke a European train car.
Old World Excursion 2011
To help us grasp the significance of mating this corporate odd couple, Ms. MacIntosh spends roughly the first third of "Dethroning the King" introducing the reader to the Busch clan, a family so beechwood aged in their own history that newborn male Busch babies are anointed with five drops of Budweiser on their lips after delivery.
This Bud's For Sale Patrick Cooke 2010
Where can I pick up a piece of beechwood like that?
The latter is a doppelbock, an extra strong lager that measures a formidable 8 percent alcohol by volume, made with malt kilned over oak instead of the usual beechwood.
Beer: Bacon overload Greg Kitsock 2010
A real book is parchment*, scrolled onto beechwood; hand inscribed in oak-gall ink.
I stand and jot down my notes on tall scraps of beechwood paper that are long and short.
Books in large wide open shelves of beechwood, built by a local artisan; books in a large antique bookcase with doors that were like fretted screens, so that the books behind them looked as if they were in a kind of beautiful prison; books behind glass and in sandalwood chests.
Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » A love song to libraries 2008
I make my notes and report my story on strips on beechwood gathered from the place.
In a tongue-in-cheek article, Scoopertino introduces the iHand, crafted from European beechwood and available in a range of skintones, from Caucasian to "Kermit."
iHand Solves Finicky iPhone 4's Reception Problems (PICTURE) 2010
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