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  • (The astronaut training site Crater Field in Cinder Lake, Flagstaff, Arizona as a prototype for the Roadside (memorial) america¬© Asteromo Cemetery.)

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  • When she had done her work, she used to go into the chimney corner and sit down among cinders and ashes, which made her commonly called Cinder-wench; but the youngest, who was not so rude and uncivil as the eldest, called her Cinderella.

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  • The noble's daughter was set to do all the drudgery of the house, to attend the kitchen fire, and had naught to sleep on but the heap of cinders raked out in the scullery; and that is why they called her Cinder-Maid.

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  • The noble's daughter was set to do all the drudgery of the house, to attend the kitchen fire, and had naught to sleep on but the heap of cinder raked out in the scullery; and that is why they called her Cinder Maid.

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  • (The astronaut training site Crater Field in Cinder Lake, Flagstaff, Arizona.)

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  • It also used them in its own operations? things like the Federation Mines, where they mined their telhassium on a piece of burnt-out star called Cinder out in the Crab Colonies.

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  • Underdale Road, entering a path next to the allotments known as Cinder Path.

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  • The hair is FREE from Vignette called Cinder in Platinum Plus.

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  • "Cinder," he said, "I didn't mean to, but I hit him too hard."

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  • Cinder blocks are more porous and the mortar will absorb much deeper into the block giving better adherence and typically fewer if any crack lines over time.

    Cinder block vs brick

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