Origin of cordwood
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The iron, however, glowed a dull red and he could hear the cordwood snapping.The Girl From Keller's
When you have helped Frank up, you can take the extra team and haul in the cordwood.Harding of Allenwood
Cracked on the head with a length of cordwood while swimming.
That was when he found that his old denim jacket had gone over with the cordwood.
There was plenty of cordwood left, and the galley stove was in good condition.
- wood that has been cut into lengths of four feet so that it can be stacked in cords