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To supply the demand for galvanised signalling and fencing cords, the machines must turn out 15,000 yards of strand per day.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
If domestic manures are applied, use about twelve cords to the acre, composting before plowing under.
He made right for the King's pavilion, and, shouting his war-cry, actually 'cut two or three of its cords.'
Then my profit on twenty-five thousand cords of pulpwood—which is goin' to be paid, I jedge.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
There is a copper-plate representing the dragging the prisoner with cords, and felling him with a club.
The infant begins its vocal utterances with simple cries; only at a later age does it begin to articulate.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The opera is too full of unnecessary incidents and details, too heavily orchestrated, and not sufficiently vocal.
In very early times men must have used some kinds of cords or lines for fishing, for tying animals, at times for tying men.
Tribes of savages still have in use cords made of various materials and some of them very well made.
He established a singing school where he taught vocal music and published "Choral Music," a collection of German songs.

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