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Old Wooden Barrels Puzzle Details:

About: Traditional barrels like the ones featured in today's puzzle are made of wooden staves and bound by wood or metal hoops. Barrels are used to store water, wine, oil, meat, fish, paint, honey, nails and other commodities.
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