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lignum

In ancient Roman construction, a beam or timber in a building, generally applied to the tie beam of a roof.
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Lignum Veneer specializes in wood and stone veneers and excels in splicing specialized wood veneers of various grades, species and sizes, as well as stone veneers.
Inhibitory activities of Lignum Sappan extractives on growth and growth-related signaling of tumor cells.
New Technologies a Trends That Have, Will or Might Transform Your Woodworking Business--Sepp Gmeiner, Partner, Lignum Consulting
The presentation was attended by representatives of GKM, a Ministry of Economy of Hercegovina Neretva Canton, directors of BIH companies LIGNUM (design and manufacture of furniture), NEOSOFT (IT), HERING (design and construction), SKUTOR, (manufacturing tools for cutting metal and wood), and representatives of Swedish companies DIRECTIT (IT Sweden), BJS-Sweden (wood processing) and others.
The city government had planned to plant a variety of trees in the city, which include Plaksa tree (Pipal), Banyan, Coconut, Margosa (Neem) Tree and tropical tree species such as Siris, Rain tree, Ashoka, Amaltas and other Cassia species, Terminalia (Indian Badam), Peltophorum (Copper pod), Gulmohar, Palm trees, Molseri and also Lignum vitae.
77-101; Mariantonia REINHARD-FELICE, Ad sacrum lignum.
Another businessman, Eugene Bosch, director of the company Lignum (which produces furniture, doors, posts for fences and decks for gardens), said that besides the US, El Salvador is also an important destination and that local demand has improved.
PHONG BUI (RAIL): Denise Markonish, the curator of your last show at Mass MoCA, Sub Mirage Lignum (April 2, 2011-February 27, 2012), begins her essay for the show's catalog with a definition of the word "gleaner," which refers both to Jamaica Gleaner News Online and to the famous painting by Jean Francois Millet, "The Gleaners.
3), although according to him the plant was called Clematis malabarensis, solus vitis, colore dracunculi by Gaspard Bauhin and lignum colubrinum primum by Acosta, whereas Father du Tertre for his part had called this same plant simply bois des couleuvres (Plumier, 1693).
Lignum Vitae /07/04/2005) El leno de la vida, titulo de una obra sobre el papado.