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Synonyms for burl

the wood cut from a tree burl or outgrowth

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a large rounded outgrowth on the trunk or branch of a tree

soft lump or unevenness in a yarn

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remove the burls from cloth

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Karelian birch, karelian burl, Norway burl birch, European birch, Finland birch, flamey birch, birch burl, alpine burl
For French Pollard Head and Cow Hide: Book-Matched, Framed, Bamburg ran his iPhone over the surface of burls, taking photos every few inches, and assembled these into a single composite image in which the constituent photos do not seamlessly align.
We can't know what life will look like in the future, but as I view those ancient mountains and think about Burl, and then think about all the young engineers I know who are soexcited to have earned their PE or EIT and are doing amazing things--I think I have a pretty good idea of what the foundation of the future will be.
Burl, whose system offers a continuum of services that includes independent housing, assisted living, a skilled nursing facility, subacute care, a visiting nurse association, and hospice care.
Then there's Burl, Carmen's wheelchair-bound fiance.
Cars are trimmed in red cedar wood with the finest Tasmanian myrtle burl panels, embroidered silk wallpaper, and marble-topped bars.
The brainchild of aerospace engineer Burl Rutan the Proteus aircraft is named after the Greek god who changes form because the jet does just that: it can carry a telecommunications satellite dish or transport and launch a rocket ship,
Nursing facilities perform an important function in keeping costs down, says Jeffrey Burl, MD, medical director for Fallon Community Health Plan of Worcester, Massachusetts, a PACE program that contracts with three nursing homes and a home health agency.
As insipid as some acts are seen to be (Burl Ives and the Brothers Four leap to mind), there are lots of examples of visceral, heartfelt music that really say something.
They burl their bodies violently into dance phrases, refugees from some Amazon sisterhood, needing contact yet prickly and edgy in every interaction that brings them together.
The Knight Hawk comes with a composite thumbhole stock in either black or simulated walnut burl wood, and in either blue or stainless steel.
Photo: Finished display with a half-dozen different tillandsias in grapewood burl took about 30 minutes to assemble
She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and would spend many years as her husband Burl's legal secretary.
Earlier, opting to bat, the visiting team struggled against a disciplined bowling and folded up for 224 as skipper Rohan Mustafa dealt them a deadly blow by taking two wickets in two balls to end a whirlwind partnership for Zimbabwe 'A' between Ryan Burl (85, 65 balls, seven 4s, three 6s) and Kavin Kasuza.
The original version, by Burl Ives, was recorded on February 17, 1949 and released by Columbia Records.