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Author Topic: Glossary of terms  (Read 6837 times)
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« on: 21 August, 2004, 11:35 »

We are currently compiling the Glossary. (See http://www.irishwoods.com/resources/glossary.htm).   Please keep an eye on it, and let us have any thoughts.  

We welcome suggestions for any additional terms & phrases that should be included, and indeed any corrections!

At the time of writing, we are about half way through the list, aphabetically, and you can see how far we have got by looking at the font.   (The text in Times New Roman has not yet been edited)

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: 01 October, 2004, 18:55 »

Phew.   We have got to "Z" at last!   (Well, "W" actually, but we couldn't think of words starting in X, Y or Z... any thoughts anyone?!)

There are 157 words & phrases now in the Glossary, and we want it to grow even more. Shocked

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« Reply #2 on: 15 October, 2004, 16:09 »

Your glossary provided a very thorough answer to at least one question that has been rattling round my head for a while (specifically, what exactly is quarter-sawn timber). That is a very useful reference, and very clearly written. Thanks a lot, and I hope it helps to attract more people to this site.
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« Reply #3 on: 15 October, 2004, 16:52 »

Many thanks for the kind words Pooka.  
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