puddingstone


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pud·ding·stone

 (po͝od′ĭng-stōn′)
n. Geology
A conglomerate.

puddingstone

A type of conglomerate rock.
Translations

puddingstone

[ˈpʊdɪŋstəʊn] N (Geol) → pudinga f
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was featured as merciful, quick at the bone and the case we had against them was airtight, both exits shoe-horned shut with puddingstone, but they had a sub-sub basement out of range.
The Legislature, in a fit of insanity, also named Roxbury puddingstone the state's official stone.
The new home of the festival is Bonelli Park in San Dimas, a tree-lined venue that is adjacent to Raging Waters and Puddingstone Lake.
Specifically designed for first-time and veteran women triathletes, the race consists of a 1/2-mile swim through the Puddingstone Reservoir, a 12-mile bicycling circuit around Bonelli Park and a 3.
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5-acre park dubbed Puddingstone Park, scheduled to open next spring.
The dams, built about six decades ago, include Big Tujunga Dam in the Pacoima area, Puddingstone Dam near San Dimas, Santa Anita Dam and Santa Anita Debris Basin near Arcadia, Big Dalton Debris Basin in San Dimas and Sawpit Debris Basin near Monrovia.
The privately-owned twin-engine Cessna 310 crashed about 10 feet from the lake at Frank G Bonnelli Regional Park, also known as Puddingstone, where hundreds of people were celebrating their Independence Day.
Los Angeles County Fire Department officials estimated that at least 500 people were picnicking and barbecuing along the shore of Puddingstone Reservoir, and that 2,000 more were celebrating Independence Day in other areas of the park.
m Tuesday, March 03, 2009, Temple Beth Avodah, 45 Puddingstone Lane, Newton.
Dams on the list for study include: Big Dalton, Big Tujunga, Cogswell, Morris, Pacoima, Puddingstone, San Dimas, San Gabriel and Santa Anita.