white flint


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white flint

n
(Ceramics) another name for flint4
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All along the woodland track there did indeed run a scattered straggling trail of blood-marks, sometimes in single drops, and in other places in broad, ruddy gouts, smudged over the dead leaves or crimsoning the white flint stones.
The swede-field in which she and her companion were set hacking was a stretch of a hundred odd acres, in one patch, on the highest ground of the farm, rising above stony lanchets or lynchets--the outcrop of siliceous veins in the chalk formation, composed of myriads of loose white flints in bulbous, cusped, and phallic shapes.
Usace Fort Worth District Regional Lakes: White Flint Park Shift B Belton Lake,
Meanwhile, some malls that have closed, including White Flint in Rockville, Md.
The new 150ml white flint bespoke bottle, which has a special ROPP neck finish and a unique functional pouring device, will stand out on the shelf of supermarkets throughout Europe thanks to its beautiful sleeved design and ease of use.
The white flint rock was given to the school in 1966 by Clemson alum S.
With over two decades of real estate experience, Murn most recently served as director of Development at the Tower Companies in charge of metro DC area assets and projects, such as, the Blairs, White Flint Mall and Tower Oaks.
14 meetings will take place in the commission hearing room in the One White Flint North Building, 11555 Rockville Pike.
LCOR, a real estate investment and development company, closed on construction financing for a new 18-story, 341-unit, $86 million rental property to be located at North Bethesda Center at the White Flint Metrorail Station in Maryland.
Now through April 30th, Storage Village will be selling water bottles at their white flint location to support The Inn's efforts.
gov and search for documents filed under Docket ID NRC-20090547; In NRC's Public Document Room, files may be examined and copied for a fee in Room 01 F21, One White Flint North, 11555 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Md.
Barker's Creek Mill uses Keener's Corn, an open-pollinated white flint corn grown by the Keener family in Betty's Valley since the 1820s.