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  • And proposals for pellets, biocoal and torrified wood offer exciting, significant new opportunities for Maine wood producers that must continue to be supported.

    Cynthia Dill: Uncle Sam Is Maine Woods' B.F.F.

  • A good Turinese would rather have no dinner at all than sit down to one without a good-sized bundle of these torrified reeds on his right or left.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 18, April, 1859

  • Printing has substituted flimsy paper for parchment just as the pen substituted parchment for waxen tablets, as the stylus substituted the latter for the far more enduring leaflet of torrified clay.

    The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.

  • There was not a particle of loam to be found in the whole valley, consequently not a blade of grass, not a bramble, not a creeper, not even a patch of moss to break the uniformly whitish tone of the torrified landscape.

    The Works of Theophile Gautier, Volume 5 The Romance of a Mummy and Egypt

  • Demand for woody biomass, in the form of wood chips, wood pellets and torrified pellets will increase substantially in Europe over the next ten years, exactly how much though, is unclear as the size of the increase depends on policies and subsidies implemented by governments in individual countries within the European Union.

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