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Peter put the barefoot boy on the edge of the bunk and hung the wet stockings over his woodpile.

The Jack-Knife ManEllis Parker Butler

Use green wood, for logs, and mix green and dry wood for the fire; and then the woodpile will last much longer.

A Treatise on Domestic EconomyCatherine Esther Beecher

Spot never once left the woodpile while Johnnie was eating his dinner.

The Tale of Old Dog SpotArthur Scott Bailey

He had gone to the woodpile for a moment, leaving the door ajar.

And then we sat down on the woodpile, and I hugged her so hard I almost broke her bones.

Mary CaryKate Langley Bosher

The wise man, once he is aroused, lets off steam at the woodpile or on a long, vigorous walk.

Outwitting Our NervesJosephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury

I thought there was a mouse in the woodpile somewhere, Jack, my boy!

He had reached the woodpile now and Tenney came a step forward.

Old CrowAlice Brown

"Woodpile, ash-heap, garbage-pail," said the young man stolidly.

Average JonesSamuel Hopkins Adams

Somebody, discovering Daddy Neptune's woodpile, had kindled a fatwood torch.

The Purple HeightsMarie Conway Oemler

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