chirt


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chirt

(tʃɜːt)
n
an act of pressing or squashing that expresses liquid
vb
1. (tr) to press or squash out
2. (intr) to come forth in the way liquid does when expressed from something by pressing or squashing
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P 39mm, Saidpur 33mm, Golra 22mm, Bokra 10mm), Rawalpindi( Shamsabad 19mm, Chaklala 05mm), Murree 10mm, Mangla 07mm, Jehlum 02mm, Kashmir: Garidupatta 28mm, Muzaffarabad 16mm, Rawalakot 15mm, KP: Dir 25mm, Balakot 21mm, Malamjaba 11mm, Kohat 08mm, Chirt 07mm, Bannu 05mm, Peshawar 03mm and Chitral, Pattan, Kakul 02mm.
We have fertile top soil in the valleys, limestone rock in the foothills, and chirt, a tough mixture of rock and clay, in the ridges and most of the areas along the Tennessee River.
The stream it crosses is clad with a stone called kinnesaw that Irwin found in Montana, and the large boulders in the stream will be of green chirt, which comes from California gold country.