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bentwood

[′bent‚wu̇d]
(engineering)
Wood formed to shape by bending, rather than by carving or machining.

bentwood

Wood formed to shape by bending, rather than by carving or machining.
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"Anybody who thinks there's nothing new in Chile doesn't know what they're talking about," Bentwood says.
Dignitaries at the ceremony included Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon, whose own desk at Government House is a bentwood box created by Vickers.
Together with the TRC commissioners, Sutherland and Fontaine placed Silent Voices, a CD created by Fontaine and 17 musicians, singers and storytellers, into the commission's bentwood box as a sign of reconciliation.--CW
FORM MEETS FUNCTION in the sinewy Su Chaise, updating Michael Thonet's 150-year-old bentwood technology with catuaba wood from the Amazon rainforest and a cushion of supple leather ($7,185).
"What you are offering today is extremely valuable, not only to yourselves, not only to your families but for the generations yet to come," said TRC Commissioner Marie Wilson speaking both of the gifts that were deposited into the Bentwood Box and the testimony.
Wooden floorboards, wooden counter with a flap on hinges, a bentwood chair for the customer and the grocer dressed in a brown overall just like Arkwright in Open all Hours.
* Bentwood Apartments, a 216-unit complex in Lubbock, TX, received $6,700,000 funded under the Fannie Mac DUS[R] Loan product line.
Jonny Bentwood, IIAR co-founder and coordinator of the IIAR awards survey, said, "The IIAR was delighted to present Analyst of the Year 2011 to Phil Fersht for the second year running.
"Sarah wanted me to tell him that, if he were to declare, he should declare here at Bentwood." - Mike Sheeran, former Alaska Gov.
Classic bistro bentwood stools also lined the bar for extra seating.
Speaking on behalf of Catholic, Anglican and Prostestant church archivists, General Synod archivist Nancy Hum placed a diskette with 300 images of the residential schools from across Canada on top of a beautifully carved and painted bentwood box.
The Phonet bentwood chairs for table seating once were used in college dorm rooms.