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It was ordered by the Court that she should receive one hundred pounds of merchantable tobacco from George Harrison's estate.

He had taken upon himself to specify the particular kind of boilers he wanted; he got them and they were merchantable boilers.

Commercial LawSamuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill

He told me that a fair average crop was about 1500 pounds of Havana, or 2500 pounds of Florida, per acre, of merchantable leaf.

Another production is the wild nutmeg, but having no flavour, it is on that account not merchantable.

A single acre has yielded 100,000 cubic feet of merchantable timber.

This is as cheap as merchantable English puddled iron can be imported, paying 25 per cent.

How to convey the information in merchantable form was the next question.

Merchantable tallow should never be used, as it contains acid.

The merchantable part of the wool thus imported is the weight of the wool of this hundred pounds after scouring.

The National Forests contain nearly five hundred billion board feet of merchantable timber.

The School Book of ForestryCharles Lathrop Pack

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