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And, in a tip of the cap to our Slugger-making neighbors downtown, white ash — common in baseball bats — is used to enhance brewing.
Cars in Parking Lot 8 were covered by a thin layer of white ash in the early afternoon.
Two of the most colorful species of trees native to the Kansas City area are the white ash, which produce purplish-maroon colors, and green ash, which produce vibrant yellow.
The car's handsome design had nods to town (a steel roof and smart deco detailing on the fender skirts) and country (mitered white ash paneling on the sides and rear, mahogany on the interior).
The Eagle Creek fire burned through their beloved backyard wilderness, blowing smoke into downtown Portland and raining a powder of white ash across the region.
In America, white ash plays a key role in the country’s national sport.
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