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1. Changes in color, texture, strength, chemical composition or other properties of a natural or artificial material due to the action of the weather. 2. The mechanical or chemical disintegration and discoloration of a wood surface resulting from exposure to light, action of dust and sand carried by winds, alternate shrinking and swelling brought about by changes in the weather or a combination of these causes; weathering does not include decay.

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