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messmate

A variety of eucalyptus wood; used as timber for rough work.
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To meet the project objective, three conventional kiln trials (two Gympie messmate and one red mahogany) and two vacuum kiln drying trials (Gympie messmate only) were conducted.
Highly refractory hardwood species, such as messmate, stringybark, and blue gum, achieve increases in uptake of water-based preservative by a factor ranging from 8 to 14 following MW modification using an applied MW energy of 570 to 850 MJ/[m.
Figure 8 displays the tangential size increase in messmate after a high degree of MW modification.
Prince William's messmates must get fed up with the Tabloids' Pet
The 1980s mujahedeen had also clearly inherited that "perfect sight" that enabled their ancestors to pick off Kipling's messmates left and right.
Contrary to the expectations of his messmates, the young captain later became General Pershing's aide.
No doubt many readers of this paper will recognise the above and say "I was a Greenie" and start to think of those "fun" days and wonder where their old messmates are.
that nautical beau ideal whom his messmates loved and admired, the
One party-goer said the disgraced senior officer astounded his messmates by trying to engage in coarse banter with some civilian female guests.
Rudyard Kipling, wrote over 100 years ago: "The Afghan tribesmen, being blessed with perfect sight, pick off our messmates, left and right.
Installed at 9200 sites, DiskXtender often works with its messmates to deliver solutions like: automating the billing process at the Washington Post; eliminating the need for paper report delivery and storage at Legg Mason; and automating product testing and evaluation at Gillette.