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  •  The old houses in New England (1+ / 0-)
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    often had very short ceilings, some less than 7 ft with 6ft doors. People were shorter back then and frugal ones used less materials. The lower the ceiling the easier to heat. An old world example is PBSs Doc Martin taking place in cornwall England. In almost every episode he bangs his head in the doorway of his practice.

    music- the universal language

    by daveygodigaditch on Fri Feb 15, 2013 at 09:11:34 PM PST

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