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sawdust

used as litter for chickens and bedding for horses. Sawdust made from treated timber may cause pentachlorophenol and other wood preservative poisoning. Fungi growing in sawdust litter in poultry houses may cause poisoning in the birds. See also entandrophragma cylindricum, juglans nigra.
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The evening featured live performances by Thurber, celebrated violinists Tessa Lark and Charles Yang, renowned jazz pianist Kris Bowers, award-winning composer and percussionist Andy Akiho, acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and producer Louis Cato, as well as special guests from the National Sawdust family.
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Sawdust mainly comprises cellulose; the second most predominant component is lignin, which consists of guaiacyl, syringyl, and p-hydroxy phenyl groups.
Spit and Sawdust director Christian Hart said: "We've been watching rehearsals and it promises to be an exciting night, we've even got some skateboarders involved in the action.
Without WCVA and the funding from the Wales Micro-business Loan Fund opening Spit & Sawdust would not have been possible, so we are extremely grateful for their support.
Special mobile team during the snap checking tried to stop a suspicious truck loaded with sawdust.
In this paper, we report on using Eucalyptus sawdust as a low cost adsorbent for the removal of copper from effluents.
Coun Diana Holl-Allen, cabinet member for community cohesion and partnerships, said: "This was a very successful raid by Trading Standards, particularly with the packets of counterfeit tobacco, which usually have very high levels of tar and nicotine, and have even been found to contain things like sand, sawdust, tobacco beetles and even rat droppings.
The substrates used were: top soil (M1), river sand (M2), fermented sawdust (M3), oil palm fruit fiber-OPFF (M4), mixture of topsoil and fermented sawdust (M5), mixture of OPFF and fermented sawdust (M6) and mixture of river sand and fermented sawdust (M7).
Total cubic volume of wood fiber in logs processed by sawmills was assumed to equal the cubic volume of finished green lumber, plus the cubic volume of coarse residue, sawdust, and planer shavings from the log.
Subsequently, we evaluated the efficiency improvement due to the incorporation of sawdust in the prepared nanocomposite for adsorptive removal of cyanine acid blue (CAB) from aqueous solutions.
They include sphagnum peat, wood chips, including redwood and cedar, hardwood bark, grass clippings, straw, compost, manure, biosolids, sawdust and wood ash.