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Definition of Jackwood

Jackwood
Jackwood Jack"wood`, n. Wood of the jack (Artocarpus integrifolia), used in cabinetwork.

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- Cryptocarya glaucescens, commonly known as jackwood, is a rainforest tree of the laurel family growing in eastern Australia. Cryptocarya glaucescens was...
- a large resonator (kudam) carved and hollowed out of a log (usually of jackwood), a tapering neck of 1 to 2 feet long, a string tuning box and four metal...
- swelling of the infraorbital sinuses with nasal mucous Jackwood, MW; Suarez, DL; Pantin-Jackwood, MJ; Spackman, E; Wool****, P; Cardona, C. (2010). "Biologic...
- percussion instrument used in Kerala, South India. It is made of polished jackwood, and the drumheads made of calfskin (preferably taken from 1-2 year old...
- out of a solid block of wood. The neck is somewhat smaller in diameter. Jackwood is used throughout; bridges are usually cut from one piece of rosewood...
- Modern designs use fibergl**** or other materials instead of hollowed jackwood and gourds. The construction is personalized to the musician's body proportions...
- split up. At age 16 he moved back to Rock Island to live with his father Jackwood Johnson. Johnson began playing guitar when he was 15, honing his chops...
- valley. Common tree species include white booyong, Oliver's s****afras, jackwood, white walnut, red cedar, black apple, white cedar, yellow carabeen, water...
- and Blowing Cave, both of which he named. His novels include Neighbor Jackwood (1857), an antislavery novel; The Old Battle-Ground (1859); Cudjo's Cave...
- enough not to form visible trunks. Rainforest pockets are dominated by jackwood and s****afras. The lilli pilli (Acmena smithii) produces a fruit edible...
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