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  • He recalled that the enemy “from every little rising—tree-stump—stone—and bush kept up a constant galding fire upon us; which was returned in the best manner we could till late in the afternn when their fell the most tremendous rain that can be conceived.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Not that largemouth bass are doing long division behind that tree-stump but at least it takes a little effort and cunning to catch them.

    Sell Me On Carp

  • He recalled that the enemy “from every little rising—tree-stump—stone—and bush kept up a constant galding fire upon us; which was returned in the best manner we could till late in the afternn when their fell the most tremendous rain that can be conceived.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Elsewhere, tree-stump rings in Owens Lake show a major drought from before 910 to 1100 and another long, intensely dry spell from before 1250 to about 1350.

    Brian Fagan: John Wesley Powell Was Right

  • Red Frog Events Instead of a watercooler, employees chat beside a campfire with tree-stump seats surrounded by a bank of floor-to-ceiling windows in adjoining conference rooms.

    Where Fun Is No Obstacle

  • Not that largemouth bass are doing long division behind that tree-stump but at least it takes a little effort and cunning to catch them.

    Sell Me On Carp

  • He recalled that the enemy “from every little rising—tree-stump—stone—and bush kept up a constant galding fire upon us; which was returned in the best manner we could till late in the afternn when their fell the most tremendous rain that can be conceived.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • He recalled that the enemy “from every little rising—tree-stump—stone—and bush kept up a constant galding fire upon us; which was returned in the best manner we could till late in the afternn when their fell the most tremendous rain that can be conceived.”

    George Washington’s First War

  • Elsewhere, tree-stump rings in Owens Lake show a major drought from before 910 to 1100 and another long, intensely dry spell from before 1250 to about 1350.

    Brian Fagan: John Wesley Powell Was Right

  • Inside, the décor is midcentury modern with a heavy emphasis on wood: tables, sculptures, tree-stump stools.

    Craig Venter's Hangout

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