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i copied that..

David Weaver
...from the recipe. I thought the spelling was interesting, and didn't know if it was intended based on the wig and stocking types (as in, was it called "line" at one point instead of lime?).

I remember the lime pile well (most of my relatives were farmers, too, but they weren't too exited to talk shop about farming bits with kids. We were germans - I think germans like to either have the kids doing a task to toughen them up or wait until they're old enough to have the bandwidth to talk).

(i also recall the bottle of powdered CaOH2 being about $2. Which was a pleasant surprise, because high quality turpentine wasn't nearly as cheap).

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