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  • A white-oak-paneled kitchen opens to a dining room with a long, white-oak table with two benches Mr. Butler's father calls it a "picnic table" that sit under 20-foot-high ceilings.

    A Bicyclists' House Built For Two

  • There in a lovely, towering white-oak tree, just beginning to turn to fall's fiery palette...

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Seth Teter/Ohio Farm Bureau A timber framer uses a mallet to drive a peg into a white-oak plank.

    Amish Living

  • Tricked out with leather, DVD and white-oak dash, the price zooms from $18,000 to $37,000.

    Ford's New Muscles

  • The tone of this passage is something like what I'm striving for in sections of my story, and I find I'm particularly drawn to this line: "The sparkly on hickory or white-oak leaves seemingly wet with moonlight strikes one to the heart."

    Wabi Sabi

  • The sparkly on hickory or white-oak leaves seemingly wet with moonlight strikes one to the heart.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • To treat gingivitis and periodontitis: 1. Make up a tooth powder of witch hazel, white-oak bark, yellow dock, bayberry, goldenseal, and myrrh by grinding and sifting the dried herbs together.


  • A couple of neighbors said his wife had invited them in to show off the massive white-oak hutch Barney had made to house their entertainment center last year.


  • Ryalth unlocks the heavy white-oak door and motions for Lorn to enter.

    Scion of Cyador

  • XLI With the indirect light passing through the antique panes of the ancient windows, the polished white-oak table desk reflects the faces of Rynst and Luss as they sit across from each other in a long and windowed room on the fifth and highest floor of the Mirror Lancer Court, the room that is the inner study of the Majer-Commander.

    Scion of Cyador


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