gumwood


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gumwood

Wood of the gum tree, esp. eucalyptus; used for interior trim.
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Thrushes and killdees sat along the road in the gumwoods. They had their beaks open and their feathers puffed up and weren't making much stir.
Interestingly, the owls are carved out of gumwood, not Douglas fir, so owl homes are not being cut down to carve wooden owls.
The inexpensive Model 1906, which shared parts with the 1890, had a round barrel and gumwood stock, and a carrier designed to handle .22 Short, Long and Long Rifle, but this carrier was never used in the 1890.
Payne Awards for Ethics in Journalism - Online registration is required by Friday at journalism.uoregon.edu/reg for luncheon to be held at noon May 17 in Gumwood Room at Erb Memorial Union on UO campus; award recipients Matthew LaPlante, Rick Egan and Yancey County News will be honored for excellent ethical conduct in journalism even when faced with economic, personal or political pressure; free with ticket; presented by School of Journalism and Communication.
A thousand years from now, a whole township of my offspring will be biting sour apples in the gumwood shade.
They are embossed on gumwood, or a choice of cabinet wood, including oak, walnut and cherry.
Two, that rifle (a toy-like single-shot with a gumwood stock) classed as a $5 "price gun," even back in the early 1930's when it was made, simply had to be--in my eyes--the most awesome shooting implement ever made.