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  • n. stained sycamore wood, used in cabinet making


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  • Mar 13th, 2009 at 3: 53 pm well if rumours are to be believed, we can forget about these type of signings, and concentrate on the likes of harewood et al.

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  • ... it makes for a fun, politically oriented blog that's as happy to tackle the inconsistencies of the Blair government as it is the recklessness of a Marlon harewood tackle.

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  • Do we have another young striker we could bring on Apr 11th, 2009 at 1: 26 pm its unlukcy that were gonna be missing our two top goal scorers, but after yesterday we showed we can score goals from all parts of our team. keogh may not of been the best player in the team, but he chases down the ball, puts players under pressure. vokes started to look very tired an maybe isnt ready to play a full match. i really hope we dont sign harewood next season, hes not a good enough striker.

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  • SELL: Zat Knight, stuart taylor, harewood gunner - October 23rd, 2008 at 1: 01 pm buy: Vagner Love (CSKA Mos), David Guiza (Fenerbahce) or Jefferson Farfan (PSV) sell: Zat knight (got davies, no need for him), Marlon harewood (coz hes shite!)

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  • "harewood was absolutely useless! his defense error cost that header" strange 1 Harewood coming on …. .who knows whats going on???

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  • "In the 18th century airwood came to be used by marqueteurs; for most artificial colours they used holly, which takes vegetable dyes very well, but airwood was employed either in its natural off-white state or stained with iron sulphate to produce a range of silver and silver-grey hues. The reason that airwood was preferred to holly for this colour was that it gave a metallic sheen or lustre, while holly dyed by the same process turned a rather dead grey. The use of airwood in this way meant that by the 19th century it was associated specifically with that colour, and at the same time name gradually changed from airwood to harewood."

    -- From Wikipedia's harewood (material) page

    May 22, 2017