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" After being detached it is flattened by presenting the convex side to heat, or by pressure. In either case it is charred on both surfaces to close the transverse pores, previously to its being sold. "
What May be Learned from a Tree - Page 49
by Harland Coultas - 1863 - 192 pages
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An Encyclopædia of Agriculture: Comprising the Theory and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1826 - 1252 pages
...in this country. After being detached, it is flattened by presenting the convex side to beat, or by pressure. In either case it is charred on both surfaces to close the transverse pores previously to its bc-ing sold, lliis charring may be seen in bungs and taps ; but not in corks, which, being cut in the...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1829 - 682 pages
...in this country. After being detached it is flattened by presenting the convex side to heat, or by pressure. In either case it is charred on both surfaces...carbonized surface produced by this charring, may l>e seen in bungs and laps; but not in corks, which being cut in the lengthway of the wood, the charring:...
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An Encyclopædia of Agriculture: Comprising the Theory and Practice of the ...

John Claudius Loudon - 1831 - 1330 pages
...being detached, it is flattened by presenting the convex side : to heat, or by pressure. In cither case it is charred on both ' surfaces to close the transverse pores previously to its being sold. This charring may be seen in bungs and taps; but not in corks, which, being cut in the long way of...
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De Bow's Commercial Review of the South & West, Volume 3

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1847 - 640 pages
...trees in England. After being detached it is flattened by presenting the convex side to heat, or by pressure. In either case it is charred on both surfaces to close the transverse pores . This charring may be seen in bungs and taps, but not in corks, which lie ing in the long way of the...
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The Industrial Resources, Etc., of the Southern and Western ..., Volumes 1-3

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1852 - 492 pages
...tree» in England. After being detached it is flattened by presenting the convex side to heat, or by pressure. In either case it is charred on both surfaces to close the transverse pores. Grape. This last is a spontaneous product of most of the Southern Slates. The Scuppernong, which produces...
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The Industrial Resources, Etc., of the Southern and Western States, Volume 1

James Dunwoody Brownson De Bow - 1852 - 490 pages
...After being detached it is flattened by presenting the convex side to heat, or by pressure. In cither case it is charred on both surfaces to close the transverse pores. Grape. This last is a spontaneous product of most of the Southern States. The Scuppernong, which produces...
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What May be Learned from a Tree

Harland Coultas - 1860 - 200 pages
...a considerable thickness, and is removed from the tree every eight or ten years. It is taken oifin sheets or tables, much in the same way as oak or larch...in the direction of the wood, the charring is taken offin the rounding. The dead bark is taken oft* for the first time when the tree is about fifteen years...
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What May be Learned from a Tree

Harland Coultas - 1863 - 222 pages
...After being detached it is flattened, by presenting the convex side to heat or pressure. In cither case it is charred on both surfaces, to close the...in the direction of the wood, the charring is taken ofl'in the rounding. The dead bark is taken off for the first time when the tree is about fifteen years...
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