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Gunstock
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Gunstock: The stock or wood to which the barrel of a hand gun is fastened.
Gurjun
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Gurjun: A thin balsam or wood oil derived from the Diptcrocarpus l?vis, an East Indian tree. It is used in medicine, and as a substitute for linseed oil in the coarser ki
Haematoxylon
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Haematoxylon: A genus of leguminous plants containing but a single species, the H. Campechianum or logwood tree, native in Yucatan.
Hag
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Hag: A small wood, or part of a wood or copse, which is marked off or inclosed for felling, or which has been felled. This said, he led me over hoults and hags Through th
Hame
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Hame: One of the two curved pieces of wood or metal, in the harness of a draught horse, to which the traces are fastened. They are fitted upon the collar, or have pads fi
Handy man
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Handy man: Man hired to do various small repairs or construction work
Handyman
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Handyman: Man hired to do a variety of minor repairs person who is skilled in repair or household work
Happed
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Happed: Wrapped covered cloaked. [Scot.] All happed with flowers in the green wood were. Hogg.
Hardboard
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Hardboard: Stiff board made from compressed wood fibers, fiberboard (used in construction and building)
Hardwood
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Hardwood: Solid hard wood from a variety of trees (i.e. oak, mahogany, cherry, etc.)
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