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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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The bentwood chairs were produced by a supplier, while his family's factory in Betis did the finishing in oak.
At the ends of the bentwood box are designs representing students walking up to receive their parchments.
40, Heal''s Scottie dog doorstop, PS4; swallow cushion, PS9; blue chenille cushion, PS4; zigzag cushion, PS9; blue grey knit throw PS18; blue floral vase, PS12 and set of three Bentwood cubes, Asda
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.
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.
Each would have held a nervous driver standing in a chariot as fragile as a bentwood chair, reins wrapped around his waist so if he crashed he would probably be dragged to his death, and his four horses waiting for the race marshal on the open balcony above to start the race.
The Bentwood Inn The Bentwood Inn, located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is deepening their commitment to the environmental well-being of the region by implementing comprehensive environmental initiatives and teaming with The Wilderness Society (TWS).