corkwood


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Synonyms for corkwood

very small deciduous dioecious tree or shrub of damp habitats in southeastern United States having extremely light wood

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In the West Indies, balsa is known as West Indian corkwood.
Nature produces corkwood of different densities, which results in varying permeability rates from cork to cork.
Some fraction of your life, however small, owes its existence to the oxygen produced by each champion tree in the 2006 National Register of Big Trees, from the 1,321-point giant sequoia in the Sierra Nevadas of California to the 25-point corkwood of Waccasassa Bay.
Lancaster Community Appreciation Program and Target Oriented Policing deputies, plus 40 other deputies from Palmdale and from gang and narcotics units, on Tuesday served eight search warrants at apartments in the 44100 block of Engle Way and duplexes in the 45400 blocks of Cedar and Corkwood avenues.
one man drew a picture of the guranidja [ancestral progeny] of a corkwood ancestor as a number of ovoid forms placed within a large, slightly rectangular shape representing a rockhole at a particular site.
The huge cork, handmade in Portugal from the finest corkwood, was finished with a wax seal.