Recent Examples of plywood from the Web
In Birmingham, Ala., Democratic Mayor William Bell last week directed city officials to put up a black plywood barrier that blocked the base of a Confederate obelisk that has stood in a city park since 1905.
The mayor's office did not immediately know the cost of the plywood and labor.
Every single thing has been saved including the original plaster walls, They are crated in plywood and have been removed whole.
IKEA's new Veberod storage collection features pieces made of steel, plywood and canvas.
Plywood sheets had been placed on the attic floor to support additional boxes, prompting firefighters to cut holes in the roof to better douse the flames.
Mickey's open despite errant driver Mickey's Gyros in Palos Hills may look closed because of the giant plywood sheet covering half of the restaurant's front end, but the business is open as usual.
Georgia-Pacific made plywood, lumber and gypsum building panels used in everything from apartment buildings to new restaurants.
Odom’s sculptures, which use materials and techniques at odds with her subject matter – a spacesuit made of Gatorade containers, a drooping softball bat, plywood shoulder pads and a leather bathing suit – humorously resist classification.
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Definition of plywood for English Language Learners
: a strong board that is made by gluing together thin sheets of wood
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