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furnish

[′fər·nish]
(chemical engineering)
In papermaking, the raw materials placed in a beater for producing paper pulp.

furnish

By-products from primary wood manufacturing such as planer shavings, sawdust, and slabs; used as a raw material in fabricating particleboard, fiberboard, etc.
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He and Furnish insist they don't know which one of them is Zach's biological father and said "we both contributed" to the process.
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A new method has been devised to allow papermakers to predict the felt marking quantitatively by taking into account felt construction, sheet furnish, and pressing conditions.
By utilizing this knowledge, it was conceived that appreciable gains in dimensional stability could be attained by using treated furnish for specific layers within a panel.
Since viewing Tantrums & Tiaras, the new documentary about Elton John created by his longtime lover David Furnish, My ELTON-tattooed best friend has been contemplating laser surgery.
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But these days its sale program consists mainly of small-diameter trees thinned from second-growth stands logged in the 1950s, and Furnish admits the timber industry is not beating down his door.