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Split timber, of two distinct forms: (1) Small timbers, usually cleft, with pointed ends to fit into drilled holes or grooves in a frame, placed sufficiently apart for interweaving rods.

(2) Large cleft timbers or thick planks set together vertically to form a wall. In a Stave-built wall, the staves carry the weight of the structure, rather than  serving as infilling

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