granular limestone

crystalline limestone, or marble, having a granular structure.

See also: granular

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Davidovits' mid-1980s proposal that the Great Pyramids were cast in place using a mixture of granular limestone and alkali alumino-silicate-based binder.
The marble extends two or three miles into the county of New-York [Manhattan], and is the termination of a range of primitive granular limestone [that at Kingsbridge] is stratified, presenting an inclination to the south-east of from sixty to seventy degrees.
at about 65 [degrees]," and is "connected with that extensive deposit of granular limestone which accompanies primitive rocks from Canada through the eastern parts of New England, crosses the Hudson near Stony Point into Rockland Co.