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Heartwood ★★ 1998 (PG-13)

Frank (Mills) is an outcast living in the woods of a failing lumber town. He falls for Sylvia (Swank), the daughter of the engineer hired by mill owner Logan Reese (Robards) to save the mill and the town as well. But when Frank discovers gold, he's the one who comes up with a plan. 92m/C VHS, DVD . Eddie Mills, Hilary Swank, Jason Robards Jr., Randall Batinkoff, Stanley DeSantis; D: Lanny Cotler.

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heartwood (duramen) The wood at the centre of a tree trunk or branch. It consists of dead xylem cells heavily thickened with lignin and provides structural support. Many heartwood cells contain oils, gums, and resins, which darken the wood. Compare sapwood.

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heartwood The dead, woody centre of the trunk of a tree. The cells become impregnated with various organic compounds which cause a change in colour, so that this tissue is distinguished easily from the remainder of the wood.

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heartwood The dead, woody centre of the trunk of a tree. The cells become impregnated with various organic compounds which cause a change in colour, so that this tissue is distinguished easily from the remainder of the wood.