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About the beginning of the 10th century, however, the experiments of Messrs Settle and Padfield at Exeter, Messrs Woodall and Duckham at Bournemouth, and Dr Bueb in Germany showed such encouraging results that the idea of the vertical retort again came to the front, and several systems were proposed and tried.
One of Woodall's earliest memories is making elderflower cordial in the kitchen of his grandmother's Georgian farmhouse - just down the road.
Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine have perfected the art of constructive criticism and waspish wit in the addictive What Not To Wear.
H. Woodall praises it for those who like a bold and distinct plant in a warm situation in summer, and have means to protect or take it up and pot it in winter.
Most of the sites listed offer discounts of 10 percent if you are a member of the Good Sam Club or Woodall's.
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