Word of the day

Flitch –  a slab of timber cut from a tree trunk, usually from the outside; the strengthening plate in a flitch beam; a piece of wood for resawing into smaller pieces; a thin piece of wood, as a veneer. a bundle of veneers, arranged as cut from the log. a log about to be cut into veneers; a salted & cured side of pork.

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