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Each merchantable log scaled is stamped on at least one end and unmerchantable or defective logs are stamped "US" in a circle.Our National Forests|Richard H. Douai Boerker
They are teaching the people that their ballots are merchantable products, and their ballot-box a rotten affair.
Common merchantable pine lumber is used for the body of the case.
But nothing exceeds in value the largest merchantable mockocks of sugar, which are brought in for sale.
It is probable that much of it consists of low land which may afford merchantable timber.The Barren Ground of Northern Canada|Warburton Mayer Pike