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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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Wane, meanwhile, insists Leeds do not have the monopoly on sentiment going into the Grand Final.
I'm not looking at one other player at the moment," Wane said at his club's weekly press conference at Orrell.
Wigan also had Brian Case sin-binned and Wane said: "It was the most physical game I have ever played, Manly didn't give much and we didn't give anything.
According to WANE, "when a woman becomes a widow in our African society, these widows and their needy children are exposed to obnoxious cultural practices and unpardonable rites .
Yet Wane, who has succeeded 2010 title-winning coach Michael Maguire this year, is not overly concerned.
The previous studies that have compared round timber strength with square or rectangular timber have not taken wane into account.
Fantasy Believer (14-1) looked at one stage as if he might cut him down, but Funfair Wane kept up the gallop to hold his rival at bay by two lengths.
When an operator looks at a two by 10 with a lot of wane, he may downgrade that to a two by six, when in fact with an edger optimizer the board is being aligned and placed in such a fashion that it could be cut to a two by eight.
The Warriors made light work of Huddersfield with a clinical 32-8 win in the first Super League semi-final but Wane is expecting more from his side when they take on Leeds or St Helens at Old Trafford.
Hohaia played in that match at the DW Stadium but has since hung up his boots due to the lingering effects of the concussion he suffered at Old Trafford and Wane knows the Saints fans are sure to vent their fury at his man.
It was there that he was signed by Wigan coach Shaun Wane - and Saturday's superb exhibition of in-field kicking repaid that faith.
Warriors coach Shaun Wane intends to give the former Wasps, Cardiff, Newport and Llanelli player time to settle but does not anticipate him having any difficulty making the transition.