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town common
an area of grassland, open to the public, used for recreation
meetinghouse
a building used for public assembly and especially for Protestant worship
thatch
a plant material (as straw) used to cover the roof of a building
fish chowder
a soup or stew made of seafood with potatoes and onions and milk or tomatoes
gravel
small pieces of rock and pebbles larger than grains of sand
granite
a very hard rock that can be polished and is used in buildings and monuments
fieldstone
stone (as in building) in usually unchanged form as taken from nature
iron ore
iron - a heavy magnetic silver-white metallic element that quickly rusts in moist air, occurs in meteorites and rocks, and is widely used

ore - a mineral mined to obtain a substance that it contains <iron ore>
charcoal
a dark or black absorbent carbon made by heating animal or vegetable material in the absence of air
harpoon
a barbed spear used especially in hunting large fish or whales
dinghy
a small rowboat or sailboat; especially : one carried on a larger boat
buoy
a floating object anchored in a body of water to mark a channel or warn of danger
coil of rope
rope that is wound into or lies in loops, rings, or a spiral
hemp
a tall Asian herb widely grown for its tough woody fiber that is used to make rope
dross
1 : the scum that forms on molten metal
2 : waste or foreign matter