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Plyboo
 n.— «Smith & Fong, a California-based company, has developed a tongue-and-groove flooring product made from bamboo. Called Plyboo ($5 per sq. ft.), the flooring is attractive, wears well and can be sanded and refinished.» —“Walking on bamboo; interior storm windows” by Timothy O. Bakke Home Mechanix July 1, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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