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After oxidation and leaching, pyrite were oxidized into limonite, which occurs as veinlets or stockworks, meanwhile, part of the pyrites, are distributed as sparse disseminations or cloddy. Quartz-vein type can occur in many kinds of volcanic rocks, mainly andesite and volcanic breccia.
More than once, I have surprised myself by breaking into tears as I struggle with aching muscles to push a wheel hoe or tuck a transplant into impossibly cloddy soil.
A sales brochure for the McColm machine maintains that, "More plants can be obtained from three pecks (of seed) sown on well-prepared ground, and rolled after sowing, than from five pecks sown on cloddy ground."
According to Al-Qadhi, the sacks of flour are stored for a long time during which some of the flour becomes moist and cloddy, or maggot-ridden.
The reflectance spectra of the lumpy or cloddy soil and of coarse sandy soil are shown in Fig.
"People can be in a family without kids," explained Ryan Cloddy, Newman's replacement as the casino's general manager.
Ap: 0-28 cm, very dark grayish brown (10YR 3/2) moist and pale brown (10YR 6/3) dry, cloddy structure, loam texture, friable consistence, very few rock fragments, very few small fragments of bricks, common fine roots, clear, smooth boundary
Look at a photo, raise a glass, enjoy a laugh, shed a tear, say a thanks, murmur a praise, pull up a clump of dandelions and offer it whole, cloddy roots and all.
Clay is sticky and capable of being molded--highly plastic--when wet and very hard and cloddy when dry.