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fell

1
US and Canadian the timber felled in one season

fell

2
Northern English and Scot a mountain, hill, or tract of upland moor
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fell

[fel]
(forestry)
The timber cut in a given season.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To create a mock flat-felled seam, stitch the jacket front and back together along the sleeve underarm seam and side seam with solid sides together.
Each grill cover in the new collection features reinforced corners and top panels, flat-felled seams for added strength, Kingsford[TM] trademark red contrasts on the piping and the lining of the cover and hem ties to secure it on windy days.