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claybank

(ˈkleɪˌbæŋk)
n
(Colours)
a. a dull brownish-orange colour
b. (as adjective): a claybank horse.

clay•bank

(ˈkleɪˌbæŋk)

n.
1. a dull yellow color; dun; brownish yellow.
2. a horse of this color.
[1745–55]
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The cytoplasm appears claybank and granular, and the nucleus is unstained (Figure 2).
The Government of Saskatchewan, through the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation, is investing in the Claybank Brick Plant National Historic Site, so that masonry conservation work to one of the plant s ten beehive kilns can take place.
Sighting/Citing/Siting serves as an archival document of a one-day interdisciplinary site-specific event, entitled Crossfiring/Mama Wetotan that took place at the Claybank Brick Plant National Historical Site in southwest Saskatchewan on 2 September 2006.
In an otherwise red horse, the D allele produces a pinkish-red horse with darkened points known as a red dun or claybank dun (ww, gg, ee, CC, D).
Open Working Hunter Horse exceeding 148 cms: 1, Miss C M Richardson, Lough Crew; 2, S De Leon, Claybank Hannah B; 3, Miss M Craig, Bam Bam
When Sartoris rides through the gate on his claybank stallion, having been demoted by his own regiment following the defeat at Second Manassas, his "tarnished buttons" and "frayed braid" (U 9) invite the boy, even at that tender age, to look again at his "heroic" heritage: "Father.
I also need information on the descendants of James Claybank Baker, who might have been Billy's dad.
Paul, 28, who runs a pub in Bury, Lancs, joined the Claybank Hotel Fishing Club outing to a deep sea mark off Plymouth and missed the UK garfish record by just 7oz 8dms.