scantling


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scantling

1. A piece of square-sawn timber 1? in. (47.6 mm) to under 4 in. (101.6 mm) thick, and 2 in. (50.8 mm) to under 4½ in. (114.3 mm) wide.
2. Hardwood timber cut to specified dimensions.
3. Any square-edged piece of hard-wood of nonstandard dimensions.
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During his time in Korea, Scantling served as a rifleman with the 35th Infantry Regiment.
"I'm proud to have my grandson follow in my footsteps," Scantling, a Glenwood, Ala., native, said quietly.
"It feels good to be part of this ceremony," said Scantling. "I'm very happy."
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