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This hardcover quantity covers end carpentry fundamentals (tools, cuts, and comparability of wooden species), in addition to themes corresponding to molding, paneling, home windows, doorways, and stairs. encompasses a thesaurus of woodworking phrases in addition to a number of illustrations and pictures.

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