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  • Lindsay‚Äôs works, has refuted the chimerical derivation of Snawdoun from snedding, or cutting.

    The Lady of the Lake

  • "Mr. Chalmers, in his late excellent edition of Sir David Lindsay's works, has refuted the chimerical derivation of Snawdoun from snedding, or cutting.

    The Lady of the Lake

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  • "To the wood we grow, we could add the brashings, sneddings and sawdust produced by our foresters and the people who maintain our parks and gardens. This adds up, once other uses have been taken into account, to about 1.3 million dry tonnes a year, or another 0.7 per cent of my requirement."
    - 'Heat', George Monbiot.

    February 19, 2008