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Dunning raised his hand, motioning him back with a gesture of warning; then, lowering the arm, he pointed to the place where the road lost itself in the blackness of the cedar forest.
Examination disclosed abundant evidence that within a half-hour the cedar forest had been occupied by a strong force of Confederate infantry--an ambuscade.
Some are upwards of fifty feet long, cut out of a single tree, either fir or white cedar, and capable of carrying thirty persons.
If you repeat my remarks to any of the West Cedar Street circle, be sure you tone them down as your discretion will suggest.
Undoubtedly; among the 'mammoth trees' of California, there is a cedar four hundred and eighty feet in height.
Slipping across the water, the English sailors bore away bars of silver, bales of linen, timbers of cedar wood, golden crucifixes knobbed with emeralds.
The Arangi's two masts were of Oregon cedar, so scraped and hot-paraffined that they shone like tan opals in the glare of sun.
An old oak, lamenting when too late the destruction of his companions, said to a neighboring cedar, "The first step has lost us all.
With the pitiless smoke of black pitch and of cedar.
She had been planning to look for a certain white wool shawl in the cedar chest near the east window.
The next minute she had swept down the stairs--and not until she reached the first floor did it suddenly occur to her that she had gone up into the attic to find a white wool shawl in the cedar chest near the east window.
That cedar desk there, the table--with his own hands.
The talk whipped quite away from Billy, who could only admire the detailed work of the cedar desk while he listened.
There is, I think, a strong possibility that we're going to put cedar back where cedar was," refuge forester Bryan Poovey told the Washington Post.
Their small size keeps these cedars from being blown down.