barky


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resembling the rough bark of a tree

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Slabs (the barky first cut) are stacked outside in cutting cribs, cut into 16-inch lengths and piled in storage racks (Photo 3) for wood stoves in my shop, basement and kitchen.
Barky Hassan Salih, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Ali Karti and the Minister of Finance and National Economy Ali Mahmoud as well as several executive leaderships in relation to the summit.
Here's a Health to the Barky Mow is a joint project between the British Film Institute and the EFDSS.
Colluding with the white girls' consciousness, the text sets out to emasculate Exum before it even identifies his action: "They had seen, without any idea of what he would do--and yet it was just like him--little old Exum toiling up the rough barky ladder and dreaming it up, clinging there monkeylike among the leaves, all eyes and wrinkled forehead" (436).
So doth the woodbine the sweet honeysuckle / Gently entwist; the female ivy so / Enrings the barky fingers of the elm" (4.
My human senses dulled, grew thin, confined inside a barky skin.
Greedy for life, for freedom, you crave to escape the barky trunk and try out an independent existence, and you stretch out in the sun for sheer love of life.