andiron


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metal supports for logs in a fireplace

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Phebe was there, polishing up the antique andirons so busily that she started when a voice cried out: "Smell that, taste this, and look at me
Mixologist Francesco Lafranconi created this recipe for Andiron Steak & Sea in Las Vegas.
Baluster dining table ($4,500), Clarksdale openwork carved screen ($7,500) and Atlas andiron bench ($2,550).
Individual fractions are given in diagrams: (a) fraction I--exchanged, (b) fraction II--carbonate, (c) fraction III--connected with hydrated oxides of manganese andiron,(d) fraction IV- organic, (e) fraction V--the residual
Fashioned in mercury andiron, candelabras were stunning arrangements of purple dendrobiums, yellow oncidiums, and orchids mixed with blue hydrangeas, cockscomb roses, and lilies with Spanish moss.
My feeling is that we're entering another decade much like we saw through the very late '60s and early '70s, when Utah's Dixie andiron County were discovered and growth just exploded forward .
We've stayed at the Seafoam Lodge, Pine Beach Inn, the Andiron.
Grismelda drew a poker from the fire's andiron and went to the door, saying 'Who's there?
Trethellan Farm, Newquay: excavation of a lowland Bronze Age settlement andiron Age cemetery: 180-2.
Richard Anders, publisher, 1996 Anders CD-ROM Survey, Andiron Press, Box 1600, Brookline, Mass.
Poor clumsy Hailey had to beat him to death with an andiron, but that was Hailey for you--not quite up to his standards.
Bronze Age farms andiron Age farm mounds of the outer Hebrides.
Phillips was the manager of aluminum andiron foundries at the GM do Brasil, Sao Jose dos Campos plant, Brazil.
5 million existing fireplaces", states Loel McPhee, president of Andiron Technologies, Inc.