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Lumber

Wood cut in such a way as to be used for building. Lumber may be traded as a commodity and is especially important in the construction industry. Sustainable woodcutting has become a significant issue in the lumber industry.
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The small cabin was perfectly tucked into a large stand of spruce trees, making it almost undetectable in its heavily timbered environment.
On the other side of the hall at the end of the L is a study with timbered ceiling.
That area did not slide as far down the hill as did a more heavily timbered portion of the slide, Shank said.
Or, you can cut through the thickly timbered lower slopes on the well-groomed, extra-wide cruising runs.
The Timbered Choir by Wendell Berry (Counterpoint, $22).
Slightly further afield is the market town of Ledbury, famous for its half timbered buildings and medieval Market Hall.
In the heart of England, in Warwickshire, this pretty town with timbered houses and shop fronts on the banks of the Avon is renowned as the birthplace of William Shakespeare, and so is awash with references to the Bard.
The remarkable hoard of antique treasures was discovered by Charles Hanson auctioneers at the black and white timbered property near Lichfield in Staffordshire.
GODALMING is charming town, with its timbered buildings and cobbled streets, but finding a central place to stay is not so easy.
Amari Addu Maldives features 271 villas with modern amenities and a timbered verandah.
And, with whitewashed, half timbered houses tucked around little alleys and cul-de-sacs, it''s easy to see why.