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Jointing
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Jointing: The act or process of making a joint also, the joints thus produced. Jointing machine, a planing machine for wood used in furniture and piano factories, etc. J
Juniper
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Juniper: Any evergreen shrub or tree, of the genus Juniperus and order Conifer?. Note: The common juniper (J. communis) is a shrub of a low, spreading form, having awl-sh
Kakaralli
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Kakaralli: A kind of wood common in Demerara, durable in salt water, because not subject to the depredations of the sea worm and barnacle.
Kalimba
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Kalimba: Thumb piano, mbira, African musical instrument with resonating box made of wood or a hollow gourd having tuned strips of wood or metal affixed to it which are p
Karate sticks
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Karate sticks: Nunchaku, martial arts weapon comprised of two hardwood sticks joined at the ends by a short strip of rawhide or cord or chain
Karri
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Karri: Australian eucalyptus tree Australian gum tree wood of the Australian gum tree
Kaury
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Kaury: Kauri, large coniferous evergreen tree found in New Zealand wood of the kaury tree
Keys
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Killock
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Killock: A small anchor also, a kind of anchor formed by a stone inclosed by pieces of wood fastened together. [Written also killick.]
Kindling wood
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Kindling wood: Small sticks of wood or other flammable materials that are used for starting fires
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