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  • Then it is hauled up with a steam winch and towed to a whaling station in some bay on the coast, where it is flitched.

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  • To screen reception from the adjoining conference room, a cabinetmaker clad rigid-foam bifold doors with randomly flitched oak-veneered MDF panels.

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  • E rived them of all hopes, and fcarce any one thought it worth, while to labour for the mger prefervation ot a life which muft fo ibon have a* period* 'But the miftake was it was flitched down in handfuls on the fsul, as lightly as poflible; the dung of their iheep and other filth being fpread over it.

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