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(of wood) used as originally cut, without smoothing or sanding:
shingles of rough-sawn cedar.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Interior finishes for guest rooms on the upper stories are
paneling on walls and ceiling.
The overlay is embossed during the manufacturing process with a smooth or simulated
timbers are splintery, and some species of wood are more prone to splinter than others.
Nominal sizing refers to the
, initial cut size of the timber, before any drying or finishing.
Its pews, made from
planks without end panels, are less refined than the modem pews on the first floor.
To the left, a projecting bay of
wood has three multi-light windows.
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