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  • The Skinny Table: This 4ft long sapele piece stands on two regular legs at one end, while the other's supported by a thick bark-covered branch, proving Michelle really can be Everywhere.

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  • These Cat Houses can go anywhere from two to eight feet tall and you can add additions with bark-covered tree limbs or anything of your choice, and come with special sculpted carpets that give it long durability.

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  • By the time they reached the encampment, there were curious children running alongside them, and women peering at them from the shelter of their bark-covered houses.

    Elephant in the City

  • So Measure followed him to the bark-covered wigwam where the Prophet held Bible classes or whatever it was he did all day.

    He Don't Know Him

  • Some Abenaki used an oval-shaped long house, but most favored the dome-shaped, bark-covered wigwam during the warmer months.

    History of American Women

  • During winter, the Abenaki moved farther inland and separated into small groups of conical, bark-covered wigwams shaped like the buffalo-hide tepee of the plains.

    History of American Women

  • The Catawba lived in villages of circular, bark-covered houses, and temple structures were used for public gatherings and religious ceremonies.

    History of American Women

  • On the left are the Kanienkehaka Mohawk bark-covered longhouses.

    History of American Women

  • Long after the fires of the great hall had been banked, and the tired group had given themselves to their fragrant, overstuffed pillows, Cheyne lay awake, staring into the dark, bark-covered rafters and thinking.

    Song of Time

  • Long after the fires of the great hall had been banked, and the tired group had given themselves to their fragrant, overstuffed pillows, Cheyne lay awake, staring into the dark, bark-covered rafters and thinking.

    Song of Time

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