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wormy

1. worm-infested or worm-eaten
2. (of wood) having irregular small tunnels bored into it and tracked over its surface, made either by worms or artificially
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Wormy chestnut has a low bending strength and a medium crushing strength.
Eleven papers from a 2008 conference on the Wormy Corpus held at Boston U.
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Wormy gets discouraged and impatient waiting for his rainbow, but Mommy and Daddy encourage him and one day after a dreary day at school, Wormy climbs up a blossoming apple tree and finds his perfect rainbow
Wormy chestnut is the most popular chestnut with our clients, who like the rustic look and character of the honey-colored wood," she said.
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Both the control and wormy logs averaged 78 percent in green cubic volume recovery.
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