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It was the usual “boneyard” article which had doubtless been set up in the newspaper office years before.

What had been a flourishing cattle country was a boneyard where the agents of fertilizer factories bargained for skeletons.

He said I'd got a boneyard of some ancient people, and he'd rob graves to find out all about them olden times.

It would lift them out of the boneyard of antiquity and put them fifty years ahead of their competitors.

Why on earth was Robin worrying her little head over the Mills and talking so absurdly about a boneyard?

I've seen 'all-right' men like you hitting the hurry trail for the boneyard before now.

Hawthorne would plainly have seized the romantic essence of the idea and would have avoided the boneyard of ‘problem morality.’

Then one day he drove a team of boneyard mules into Blue Dog with a wagonload of stuff that the natives stared at.

The next step in his career, as he well knew, would be the glue factory and the boneyard.

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