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Deadwood
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Deadwood: Dead branches on a tree, dead wood or branches useless material
Delignate
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Delignate: To clear or strip of wood (by cutting down trees). [R.] Fuller. To strip or remove the wood from as, to delignate ramie, in the preparation of ribbons of the
Dental clinic
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Dental clinic: Clinic specializing in the care and repair of teeth
Dental surgeon
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Dental surgeon: Surgeon specializing in the care and repair of damaged teeth
Depasture
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Depasture: To pasture to feed to graze also, to use for pasture. [R.] Cattle, to graze and departure in his grounds. Blackstone. A right to cut wood upon or departure lan
Dipterocarpus
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Dipterocarpus: A genus of trees found in the East Indies, some species of which produce a fragrant resin, other species wood oil. The fruit has two long wings.
Disrepair
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Disrepair: A state of being in bad condition, and wanting repair. The fortifications were ancient and in disrepair. Sir W. Scott.
Do over
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Do over: Do again, redo, start again at the beginning repair, renovate
Dock
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Dock: To draw, law, or place (a ship) in a dock, for repairing, cleaning the bottom, etc.
Dogwood
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Dogwood: The Cornus, a genus of large shrubs or small trees, the wood of which is exceedingly hard, and serviceable for many purposes. Note: There are several species, on
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