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wane

1. the period during which the moon wanes
2. a rounded surface or defective edge of a plank, where the bark was

wane

[wān]
(materials)
A rounded edge of bark along an edge or at a corner of a section of lumber.

wane

wane
A rounded edge or bark along an edge or at a corner of a piece of lumber; usually caused by sawing too near the surface of the log.
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Waney bought his first horses at the turn of the millennium and has not looked back since, moving onto the second stage of success in breeding winners.
The informant said the decision to swoop on Waney was taken after he ordered his men to carry out killings of innocent residents of Omoku town.
They actually look like they're playing a bit different as well which is all credit to Waney.
PETER WANEY is what is referred to as a lucky owner, and the streak continued with Tishtar becoming the latest flying two-year-old to carry his distinctive light and dark blue colours.
Dr Waney Squier, a consultant neuropathologist at the Oxford Radcliffe hospitals, said the baby, Patrick McGuire, had a 'difficult' birth - a forceps delivery which involved considerable pressure on a baby's head.
Will Edmeades, racing manager for owners The Waney Racing Group Inc, said yesterday, ``The ground is going to be quite testing at Haydock and wouldn't be ideal.
A gang member who was involved a in the gruesome murder of Innocent people in Omoku, Rivers state,Desmond Okotubo, on the new year day on Thursday told newsmen in Abuja that his gang members led by the late Don Waney were on reprisal attack aover the arrest of their lender's mother by the Vigilantes in the area.
The conduct of Dr Waney Squier in court proceedings was found to be "irresponsible, deliberately misleading, dishonest and likely to bring the reputation of the medical profession into disrepute".
In the current Wirral squad, Andrew Evans, Jon Waney and Julian Bewley are Welsh squad members while Frank Lunney plays for England.