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Timber trees

TIMBER TREES. According to Blackstone, oak, ash, elm, and such other trees as are commonly used for building, are considered timber. 2 Comm. 28. But it has been contended, arguendo, that to make it timber, the trees must be felled and severed from the stock. 6 Mod. 23 Stark on Slander, 79. Vide 12 Johns. R. 239; 2 Suppl. to Ves. jr.

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Timaline
Timbal
Timbale
timbale case
Timber
Timber and room
Timber beetle
Timber doodle
Timber grouse
timber hitch
timber line
Timber mare
timber rattlesnake
Timber scribe
Timber sow
Timber tree
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timber wolf
Timber worm
Timber yard
timber-framed
Timbered
Timberhead
Timbering
timberland
timberline
Timberling
Timberman
Timberwork
Timbre
Timbrel
Timbreled
Timbuctoo
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