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Clay ironstone
Ironstone I"ron*stone`, n. A hard, earthy ore of iron. Clay ironstone. See under Clay. Ironstone china, a hard white pottery, first made in England during the 18th century.

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- chalcopyrite, barite and marcasite. It also occurs in low-temperature clay-ironstone concretions. It was first described in 1861 for an occurrence in the...
- Geological Institute defines the eaglestone as "a concretionary nodule of clay ironstone about the size of a walnut that the ancients believed an eagle takes...
- on yellow/grey sand, red/brown laterite gravel, brown clay to sandy clay, ironstone and limestone in a variety of habitats including flats, hillslopes...
- The Ironstone Plateau (jabal hadid) is a region in the south and west of South Sudan. The land in the south and west of South Sudan slopes down to the...
- purchased two diesel Rolls Royce Sentinel units in the 1960s. Many heavy clay and Ironstone deposits surround Banbury and Wroxton. The firm behind the Oxfordshire...
- 1424) married John Colepeper, whose Colepeper heirs, financed by mining clay-ironstone on the estate, were resident until at the time of the restoration of...
- Pottery is the ceramic material which makes up pottery wares, of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. The place where such wares...
- The Cleveland Ironstone Formation is a sequence of marine ironstone seams interbedded with shale and siltstone units which collectively form a part of...
- Shale comprises black mudstones and grey shales with frequent sideritic clay ironstone bands. The thickness ranges between 45 and 64 metres. It is 20 metres...
- glauconite sand or sandstone, as well as a certain amount of silts, clays, ironstone and limestone. The topography of the North Downs mainly consists of...