Definitions for "OSB"
Oriented strand board. Directionally formed particleboard comprising cross-bonded plies. Substitute for plywood in building
ORIENTED STRAND BOARD. Wood strands bonded with adhesives to form a mat. Like the veneer in plywood, these mats are layered and oriented for maximum strength, stiffness and stability. The individual strands are typically three to four inches long. OSB is widely used as construction sheathing, as the web material for wood I-joists, as the structural skins of structural insulated panels (SIPs), and in a growing number of other applications.
A manufactured 4-foot-by-8-foot wood panel made out of one- to two-inch wood chips and glue. Often used as a substitute for plywood.
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Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, an agency of Industry Canada. The Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy supervises the administration of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. The OSB has Division Offices throughout Canada.
Keywords:  byte, bit, operations
Bit and byte operations.
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Order, Shipping, and Billing
The amount of principal which is still outstanding at the end of the term.