Definitions

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  • adj. not having resin

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Examples

  • The calorific value of air-dried (15% m.c. wet basis) leucaena wood is about 3,900 kcal/kg (4,640 kcal/kg oven dried), similar to that of other non-resinous hardwoods.

    Chapter 10

  • The bed of the riffle, however, is constructed of some porous material, such as leather, non-resinous wood, or cement, which serves as the diaphragm upon which the mercury rests, and separates the fluid metal from the electrolyte beneath.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 433, April 19, 1884

  • Second, carve a flat fireboard of soft, non-resinous wood that is about the same thickness as your drill's diameter.

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  • As noted, this should be made from a soft, non-resinous wood.

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