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“How white-ash bleak must one's fury be at having political power for eight years and then losing all of it to ignore reality and believe the government wants to kill old people?”
“While this clumsy lubber was striving to free his white-ash, and while, in consequence,”
“In the center of the chamber, growing up from the floor, a branch of white-ash wood stood alone.”
“It'd have been a tough job to warp her in so far, with a white-ash breeze.”
“He stands six feet one without his shoes; he is straight as the white-ash shade tree that honors the north meadow; and his body, and arms, and legs, are round, and hard, and clean.”
“There is already a fine meadow of timothy, with white-ash shade trees, waving on the north; a pasture beyond the garden on the east, and a wheat-field on the south.”
“The spear is a family relic which he dug up and fitted with a white-ash pole, and the anchor is a long stone, tied by the slack of a clothes-line.”
“O'Rell's white-ash is a foot in diameter and fifty feet high; Edward”
“Their neighbors helped them build a house of logs, with a roof of black-ash bark and a floor of hewn white-ash plank.”
“Peggy ran swiftly towards the unsuspecting figure, evidently the leader of the party, but deviated slightly to snatch a tiny spray from a white-ash tree.”
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