debark


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Synonyms for debark

to come ashore from a seacraft

Synonyms for debark

go ashore

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While we keep a small wheeled bag of overnight essentials with us, she debarks with only her purse.
Following 2 observations of rhinos debarking commiphora trees, I sampled commiphora to assess prevalence of trees with similarly debarked trunks.
These chips typically come from logs that have been debarked by ring debarkers.
To evaluate the necessity for debarking, some aspen slash flakes were made from the sections that had been debarked in a rod mill developed in our laboratory.
Offers a good understanding of how a modern pulp mill receives, stores, debarks, and chips wood for use in the pulping process.
We have embarked and debarked through some 14 different ports, both foreign and domestic, and none have handled ground transportation as poorly as New Orleans.
This extra tip length, too small to produce two-inch by four-inch lumber, will be debarked and used as raw material for pulp and paper manufacture.
Moreover, the infrared system power demand depends on the temperature of the logs to be debarked, which is dependant of the atmospheric temperature of the previous days.
debarked, asphalt peeled off of roads, steel reinforced
And if lawyers are disbarred and clergymen defrocked, shouldn't it follow that electricians can be delighted, musicians denoted, cowboys deranged, models deposed, tree surgeons debarked and dry cleaners depressed?
EF5 Incredible 261-318 Brick, stone and cinder-block buildings destroyed, most debris is carried away by tornadic winds, large and heavy objects can be hurled in excess of 100 meters, trees debarked, asphalt peeled off of roads, steel reinforced concrete structures badly damaged.
However, in October 2004, the European Commission issued Directive 2004/102/EC that, among other things, introduced the concept of requiring wood packaging materials to be "debarked." In order to establish an empirical baseline of potential impact of this requirement on North American pallet production, 10 pallet production facilities and three exporting customer facilities were visited in three geographic regions.
The hardwood logs are conditioned and debarked before being sliced into strands about 13 inches long, an inch to an inch-and-a-half wide, and between 0.03 and 0.05 of an inch thick.
Metso Paper's delivery would include three chipping lines: two for debarked and one for un-debarked wood.
EF5 Incredible 261 - 318 Brick, stone and cinder-block buildings destroyed, most debris is carried away by tornadic winds, large and heavy objects can be hurled in excess of 100 meters, trees debarked, asphalt peeled off of roads, steel reinforced concrete structures badly damaged.