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At a time when forest-product companies are under attack for their timber clearing policies, Weyerhaeuser Co. last week broke "watercolor" TV commercials that use the work of a Chinese brush artist to underscore the company's achievements in protecting forests and animals during its 100-year history. In the spots from Dailey & Associates, West Hollywood, Calif., actor Jeff Bridges provides the voice-over. The theme of the advertising is
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