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Neither, Think staves with a little space between.

Keith Newton
They can fit into a slot, with spacers between that are a little wider than the depth of the slot. You can brad them near the center from the back, which will hide any movement. Gluing up wedges is tricky, and the cross grain seasonal changes becomes an arc rather than straight across. You don't want to go there, it will just make your brain tired trying to figure it out ahead of time. ha

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