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1. n. a wooden surfboard; a surfboard. Get your woody, and let’s get moving.
2. n. an erection of the penis. His morning woody made a little mountain with the sheets on his bed.
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Molecular evidence for multiple origins of woodiness anda New World biogeographic connection of the Macaronesian Island endemic Pericallis (Asteraceae: Senecioneae).
Molecular evidence for multiple origins of woodiness and a New World biogeographic connection of the Macaronesian Island endemic Pericallis (Asteraceae: Senecioneae).
Lipid content of seeds, like seed mass, is correlated with increasing woodiness and decreasing illumination of the habitat (Levin, 1974).
Many plants of these lineages are woody, which may suggest that woodiness was a characteristic of the ancestor of Apioideae, with another major shift to herbaceousness in clades that diverged after Bupleurum (c.
Some will focus on the sparkling floral elements of the fragrance, while others will view the warm, rich woodiness as the defining facet.
Later this month, prune artemisia, butterfly bush, and lavender 6 to 12 inches from the ground to decrease woodiness and encourage growth.
The Nespresso interpretation of the concentrated "Black Gold" of Naples is a coffee of high intensity and body with fine smoky notes and an aromatic woodiness.
There is some oakiness, some woodiness, maybe it was aged on cherry wood?
I remember being confused by the coffee in front of me on the cupping table: it was sweet with almost a bittersweet salt caramel taste, some woodiness, a huge rich body and a delicate lemony acidity, the combination and intensities of which were unlike anything I had tried before.
Marketing manager Obaid Siddiqui, while testing the perfume on a guest, explained: "This dignified fragrance opens on a citrusy top note of mandarin and lemon with a hint of spicy cardamom that finally intensifies on the woodiness of sandalwood and strong concentrates of pure oud oils.
Elegant with savoury mulberry fruit, sweet spices and plenty of woodiness, it''s a terrific glugger while the rockets bang and fizz in the background tomorrow.
Fresh shavings of the mushroom add a woodiness to the creamy buttery sauce that's just heavenly.
As Nardizzi tracks the Globe's timbers, accreting texts by way of their woodiness, he reconstructs the infra-worlds / structures derived from the re-purposing of woodlands in the period.
Nicely perfumed - and with a lemon flavour and slight woodiness to complement the juniper taste - it is a smooth, quality gin at a good price.