blaes

blaes

(blez; bleɪz)
n
a. hardened clay or shale, esp when crushed and used to form the top layer of a sports pitch: bluish-grey or reddish in colour
b. (as modifier): a blaes pitch.
[C18: from blae]
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His sliding tackle was so powerful both players flew over the red blaes track and Masny ended up in the standing enclosure where he was manhandled by supporters before being returned to the pitch.
The Knightswood site earmarked for the development is in between Lincoln Avenue and Archerhill Road, which is currently a blaes areas for community use.
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Barno e Blaes (2011) estudando as causas da reducao do credito na Alemanha, no periodo 2009 a 2010, encontra que mais de um terco dessa reducao se deveu a ajustamentos restritivos nos custos do capital bancario, nas condicoes de financiamento do mercado e na posicao de liquidez dos bancos.
Every guy of a certain age will remember digging the gravel out of a three-squareinch gash in their knee from red blaes pitches.
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In Amsterdam Stensen studied anatomy under professor Gerhard Blaes (Blasius).