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black ash

[¦blak ′ash]
(materials)
A carbon product made by furnace heating of black liquor from papermaking processes.
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MY football career started on the black ash of the "50 Pitches" in what would have been Shieldhall in Glasgow.
Standard equipment is generous with such niceties as heated front seats, black ash wood fascia inserts, leather upholstery, privacy glass and smart 19-inch alloys in titanium grey.
Most of the trees are green ash, but some are of another flood plain species, the black ash. The latter has beautiful blocky bark, like a persimmon's, but it was never considered pretty enough to make it into the garden.
For the Anishnaabek, baapaagimaak, or the black ash tree, offers a way of life and an art form that has endured for generations.
Video footage taken by skiers on the mountain, including some from Taiwan, showed black ash boiling up into the sky as stones plummeted down, some punching holes in the metal roof of a ski gondola.
"This is when the volcano began spewing thick black ash clouds 4,000 meters high.
Groups of black ash trees in the swamp are girdled and changes in the environment monitored over several years.
He made them the old fashioned way, cutting black ash trees, usually in the spring when the bark peels off easily.
The 28-year-old says his kitchen was "gutted" after the fire last week, and black ash has been left all over his home because of the smoke.
Black Ash GARDEN SHADE PAINTS, PS14.27/LITRE, CUPRINOL DECORATE WITH PAINT To recreate the simple interior decor, follow these tips from Cuprinol's creative director, Marianne Shillingford 1 Using a spirit level, mark a square on the wall (approx 100cm) and tape around the edge.
Comfort levels within the Outlander PHEV are very high and the car has an upmarket feel with soft-touch materials, fine Nappa leather upholstery and lots of black ash and chrome styling.