1 Upright cleft thick timber, usually with a groove for vertical jointing, used for walls and load-bearing, rather than infilling.
2 One of several small vertical timbers with pointed ends set between studs in a timber frame, placed far enough apart to accommodate interweaving rods or other backing for infill panels.
3 Small vertical cylindrical bar used to form hay-racks to feed horses in stables.
4 One of many timbers shaped to form wooden barrels.
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