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driftwood

wood floating on or washed ashore by the sea or other body of water
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The showhome benefits from creative organic features such as recycled and snake skin wallpaper, drift wood mirrors, furs and wicker furniture - it really is a delight to walk around so I would urge people looking for a new home to come and take a look.
It's made from a combination of three locally sourced woods - ash, cherry and dark drift wood found washed up on the Pembrokeshire coast shore.
Beach Huts, Harbours & Headlands is a mixed exhibition of contemporary applied art including paintings on drift wood by Lizzy Spikes, ceramics by Jon and Julie Harbottle, glass by Jennifer Ham, copper fish by Lewis Banks and jewellery and a wide selection of pictures by gallery artists.
Ideal weekend: This one wasn't bad; part with my family, part with friends, cooking, running with the iron men of Crosby, collecting drift wood, a good bottle of wine.
Her Droopys Woods offspring included the open winners Drift Wood, Essex Girl, Terrorbasha Lass and Well Kept Secret, their successes being mostly over longer distances.
Designed by architect Philippe Avenzi from Grenoble, the Quiksilver Boardriders Club in Anglet incorporates surf-inspired materials such as pebbles, drift wood, bamboo, aged metal, oak blocks, and polished stones to create a natural and welcoming boardriding atmosphere.
The day before we dug a large pit using garden spades, and collected drift wood, stones and seaweed which we transported in a wheelbarrow.
If one dies, the other can find him or herself cast away like a piece of drift wood with no legal rights to the house or estate.
We finished off on a high with a selection of Welsh cheeses served on a slab of drift wood (pounds 7.
In we go, where they describe all the sightings of Nessie to date, and explain how this sighting was actually an up-turned boat, that one was a bit of drift wood, this was hot air rising from the tarmac and that, well, that was just a hoax.
Two tonnes of plastic, industrial debris and drift wood have been removed so far.