stonecast


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stonecast

(ˈstəʊnˌkɑːst)
n
a less common name for stone's throw
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But, ye see, the boat'll set ye ashore at the town pier, and that's but a penny stonecast from Rankeillor's house." And here he suddenly leaned down and whispered in my ear: "Take care of the old tod;[9] he means mischief.
The first prize went to the invention of Pedro Delantar and Catherine Delantar entitled Colored Simulated Stonecast and Earthenware Product.
Established in its owner's shed in 2007, Taylor Made Planters provides custom-made quality won a fair planters and furniture using traditional wood to contemporary metal and stonecast.
The Stonecast range is hand decorated as well as individual, complementing and creating stylish and elegant food presentation.
The result was Stonecast, a lightweight material handmade from natural crushed stone.
Made from maintenance-free stonecast resin in either oiled bronze or aged granite.