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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 difficulty therefore which he apprehended there might be in corrupting this young wench, and the danger which would accrue to his character on the discovery, were such strong dissuasives, that it is probable he at first intended to have contented himself with the pleasing ideas which the sight of beauty furnishes us with.
It is true; but Egypt--nay much of Africa furnishes still more striking proofs of this exhaustion of nature.
The Patent Office at Washington, furnishes an extraordinary example of American enterprise and ingenuity; for the immense number of models it contains are the accumulated inventions of only five years; the whole of the previous collection having been destroyed by fire.
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If it appears to you at all incredible that young ladies should be led on to talk confidentially in a situation of this kind, I will beg you to remember that human life furnishes many exceptional cases.
The FACT Act provides that if any financial institution (1) extends credit and regularly and in the ordinary course of business furnishes information to a nationwide consumer reporting agency; and (2) furnishes negative information to such an agency regarding credit extended to a customer, the institution must provide a clear and conspicuous notice about furnishing negative information, in writing, to the customer.
To answer this question, researchers pulped and bleached fiber furnishes with different amounts of jack pine and determined the strength properties of the pulps.
To a restaurant or food-service employee, irrespective of whether the employer furnishes meals during, or immediately before or after, working hours;
An employer furnishes a meal for such a reason when providing it
Another important issue under Stark I and 11 is whether a physician who has a financial relationship with one entity in a corporate family that does not furnish clinical laboratory or other designated health services would be precluded from referring patients to that entity's sister/brother subsidiary that furnishes designated health services.
The AXN100 also furnishes eight 10/100 Ethernet ports which can be used as end-user access.