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  • In either case, the malts are smoked before use, traditionally over beech-wood, in some cases hickory or apple woods.

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  • In either case, the malts are smoked before use, traditionally over beech-wood, in some cases hickory or apple woods.

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  • The cane Patty picked out had a beech-wood shaft and a stitched leather handle.

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  • The cane Patty picked out had a beech-wood shaft and a stitched leather handle.

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  • The scraped faces, repaired with catgut twine where needed, were strung with rawhide cord inside beech-wood hoops like the ones Liir had upset.

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  • Then they came to a mighty big forest in which there was a mighty big tree; in the tree was a mighty big chapel in the chapel was a sexton made of beech-wood and a box-wood parson, who dealt out holy-water with cudgels.

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  • The Ridgemont library was a modern facility, nouveau colonial brick, picture windows, beech-wood shelves, balconies, turrets, coffee bar.

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  • The Ridgemont library was a modern facility, nouveau colonial brick, picture windows, beech-wood shelves, balconies, turrets, coffee bar.

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  • John prefers alder for its rich smoke; beech-wood produces a drier flavor, and cherry is nice too.

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  • John prefers alder for its rich smoke; beech-wood produces a drier flavor, and cherry is nice too.

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