pipe clay


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pipe clay

n.
A fine white clay used in making tobacco pipes and pottery and in whitening leather.
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Wavin Ltd, variation of conditions on previous permission for variation of conditions relating to the stripping of soils in advance of development and the deposition of soils during restoration of the site on previous permission for extraction of pipe clay, site access, landscaping and site reinstatment, Ox Lee Quarry, Bedding Edge Road, Hepworth.
One of his latest adventures involved priming canvases using a technique he discovered in a book from the 1840s, which recommends using a concoction made with flour and pipe clay.
They're grown all along the east coast and names such as Coles Bay, St Helens, Eagle Hawk Neck, Franklin Harbor and Pipe Clay are worth pursuing.
Wavin Ltd, variation of conditions 1 and 3 on previous permission for variation of conditions 2, 15, 17, 49, 53 and 60 relating to the stripping of soils in advance of development and the deposition of soils during restoration of the site on previous permission for extraction of pipe clay, site access, landscaping and site reinstatement, Ox Lee Quarry, Bedding Edge Road, Hepwor th.