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Colin was Michigan-born, Midwest solid, freckled, speckled with sawdust, rangy and limber and broke.
Much of the IndyDrum plant was heavily damaged in a May 2014 fire caused by spontaneous combustion of chemicals that had been mixed with sawdust used to clean drums.
Standing in a pile of sawdust stroking a walnut beam, Garlan pointed to worm holes and indents from an ax wielded more than a century ago.
Look for large, black ants as well as the tell-tell sawdust-like debris, called frass.
Nothing, except that reading opinions as a law student was often like trying to swallow great bowls of sawdust — without milk.
Typically, manufacturers will use a saw, which works by removing some of the silicon to create a gap, turning part of that boule into silicon sawdust.
There’s the inevitable point when the Cardinal grind you into sawdust between the tackles.
Only a month ago the Peep Show Man was up to his ankles in sawdust, hammering in stalls like make-do cattle pens.
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