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furring strip

A wood strip used as furring, 1; also see batten, 3.
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I am open-minded and am sure we could recognise Halloween, complete with activities and dooking for apples, if there is a general agreement.
Q HOW did the Scots tradition of dooking for apples originate?
Oh, and rumour has it that in these days of oppressive Health and Safety, dooking for apples now requires the utilisation of a snorkel and a panic button.
When I was a boy, Halloween meant dressing up as a ghost in an old sheet and dooking for apples, carving lanterns out of turnips and telling a joke or singing a song to get a treat.
A baby and the bride's wheelchair-bound mother were among those who took a dooking.
LEAP out of bed, not quite awake, throw the wee man's Halloween pumpkin in a plastic bag with a couple of apples for dooking and drive him to school.
All the performers enjoyed a night off from gruelling rehearsals and let their hair down with a spot of dressing-up, dooking for apples and spooky celebrating.
Guising and dooking for apples has been replaced by organised begging from door to door, and threatening American nonsense like trick-or-treat.
They all enjoyed a night off from gruelling rehearsals and let their hair down with a spot of dressing-up, dooking for apples and spooky celebrating.
Call me old-fashioned but in my day dooking for apples didn't mean getting a new iPhone.
Or maybe being a Scot, he wanted a couple for dooking at Halloween.