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- Question 1 :
But that which I believe yields a great deal of our turpentine, is the fir-tree or deal, which is a coniferous tree, evergreen, whose cones are of the lesser sort, having long leaves, either that whose leaves encompass and cover the branches, bearing long cones hanging downwards as she male fir-tree or pitch-tree; or that whose leaves grow from each side of the stalk, being more flat than those of yew, green on the upper side, and whitish underneath, furcated at the end, bearing cones _______ and thicker, growing erect, as the female fir-tree.
1844 With this announcement he hurried away to the outer door of the Blue Dragon, and almost immediately returned with a companion _______ than himself, who was wrapped in an old blue camlet cloak with a lining of faded scarlet. — Charles Dickens, Martin Chuzzlewit, Chapter 4