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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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The procedure to be used in the future to request a paper statement, and whether the furnisher will treat such a request as a withdrawal of consent.
A Graceful Dancing Corset," Women's and infants' Furnisher, February 1914, p.
Ethan Allen proudly celebrates its role as primary furnisher of the HGTV Dream Home 2012.
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The store dealt mainly as a wholesale and retail draper, a household furnisher, a ladies and gentlemen's outfitters and perhaps, a little surprisingly, a funeral directors.
Ethan Allen (NYSE:ETH) has proudly partnered with HGTV as primary furnisher of the 15th annual HGTV Dream Home.
Dating from 1705, Fortnum's has had many royal honours, including being made Grocer to the Prince of Wales in 1863, Furnisher to the Crown Princess of Prussia in 1867, and Confectioner to the Princess of Wales also in 1867.
Mr Barrett senior was described as a house furnisher while young Walter was a house furnisher's assistant.
100 Years Ago Walter Wilson, back of 146 Leopold Street, a warehouseman, was charged with having embezzled money belonging to Mr John Bentley, house furnisher, of 14,15 and 16 Deritend.
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We're delighted to welcome RentTrack as a data furnisher to RentBureau," says Emily Christiansen, director for Experian RentBureau.
William Sheilds was a pawnbroker and house furnisher with business premises in both Hill St and Mill St, Toxteth, from before 1914 until his death in 1940.