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tongue-in-groove

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  • Some coops look like barns or gazebos, with brass door handles and tongue-in-groove cedar siding.

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  • The flooring came in packages of 7 "by 47" tongue-in-groove boards; two adjacent sides consisted of a groove, and the opposing two sides features tongues that interlocked with the grooves of the subsequent boards in the row.

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  • The kitchen was a success - a spiffy galley, with a tongue-in-groove wooden ceiling, like a little boat, and oak floors we discovered under layers of cool, but irrevocably deteriorated lino.

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  • The kitchen was a success- a spiffy galley , with a tongue-in-groove wooden ceiling, like a little boat, and oak floors we discovered under layers of cool, but irrevocably deteriorated lino.

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  • Loads about dowel pegs in holes, but about joining things by the tongue-in-groove method, nada.

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  • It had boomed when the Jackson Lumber Company established a mill there in l895 and shipped out two million board feet of tongue-in-groove, end-matched rift flooring a day to cities in the northeast and overseas to Europe.

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  • Whether you're looking at a chair or you're looking at an entertainment hutch like this, you say tongue-in-groove construction is essential.

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  • The shingles, the tongue-in-groove paneling, the polished-pine floors are all old wood.

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  • The floors are brick throughout, and the ceilings are tongue-in-groove wood.

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  • And they source the 5/8-inch tongue-in-groove plywood or oriented strand board, usually from Weyerhaeuser, used as the flooring that seals the chassis from above. magazine featured Airstream on the company's 75th anniversary.

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