orange wood

or·ange wood

(ōr'ănj wud),
A soft wood used in dentistry for placement of bridges, crowns, and other structures by biting pressure, also used as a burnishing point in the polishing of root surfaces.

or·ange wood

(ōrănj wud)
A soft wood used in dentistry for placement of bridges and crowns using pressure; also used as a burnishing point in the polishing of root surfaces.

or·ange wood

(ōrănj wūd)
Soft wood used in dentistry for placement of bridges, crowns, and other structures to assess biting pressure and as a burnishing point.
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The smoker door has a handle made from Osage orange wood and a solid brass crescent moon salvaged from an antique door.
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J Barker, extension, 3 Orange Wood, Slades Lane, Helme.
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Rounding out the new product lineup is a gel polish removal-kit that includes liquid gel polish remover, foil wraps with cotton pads preapplied with remover, a buffing block and orange wood sticks.
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One medium-size evergreen you might consider is carrot wood (Cupaniopsis anacardioides), so-called because of its orange wood, which matures to a height of 40 feet.
All I found was those orange wood chippings in a plastic bag you get from Marks & Spencers.
When this conservatory was built it was constructed from orange wood which dated very quickly - these days Britain is littered with relics such as this.
It gets its name from the Osage Indians who prized the tree's hard, tough, yellow to orange wood for making hunting bows and war clubs.