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knothole

A hole in a board or plank caused when a knot, 3 drops out of the piece of wood.
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began haunting the knotholes around big league ball parks when I wasn't on stage or practicing.
the floorboards and into knotholes to keep sand, wind
She has focused on Pachycondyla inversa, an ant collected in Brazil from tree knotholes and cacao pods.
Structurwood's consistency and absence of core voids, knotholes and delamination also means less waste on the job.
Giles, Prince George, is located in the centre of British Columbia's interior forestry industry, an industry that has hit a few knotholes in recent years.
For example, Germany's longstanding laws banning the use of preservatives in beer sold within its borders (only recently overturned by the EU) and Japan's restrictions on the size of knotholes in plywood do not appear to have provided much protection for the public but have substantially reduced imports (Cateora and Graham 1999).
Because once you start carving into a tree, you open the tree up and then there are knotholes and things you didn't know about, and the artist would work around those and they would become part of the mask.
They build flower boxes, make picture frames from knotholes, and create rustic benches and tables.
The Belgrave Hotel (01803 296666) on Torre Abbey Sands, where I misspent my pre-pubescent summers peeking through the knotholes of the wooden changing huts, is still there.
Not anymore, not anywhere." And in the middle third of the book, entitled "American Journeys," Stephen Corey states, "Everywhere I turn I find homes:/ Nests and burrows, sheltered corners,/ pockholes in sand, knotholes in trees./I came here to learn,/ But there are days when learning means nothing." And though the associations can never be forgotten or replaced, Margot Schilpp sums up both the hope and task of America's constant remaking of itself in the book's final section, "Invocations." "Begin again if you must: there are ways/to make up for what you have been before,I the dust in the corners that collects you."
These products are manufactured with no core voids, knotholes, or delamination problems.