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Definition of Clay ironstone
Clay ironstoneIronstone 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.
Meaning of Clay ironstone from wikipedia
- chalcopyrite, barite
and marcasite. It also occurs
in low-temperature clay
concretions.It was first described
in 1861 for an occurrence
is the ceramic material which makes
wares, of which major types include
and porcelain. The place where
two diesel Rolls Royce Sentinel units
in the 1960s. Many heavy clay
and Ironstone deposits surround Banbury
and Wroxton. The firm behind
- The Blisworth
is a geological formation
in England. It is part of the Great Oolite Group
and was deposited
in the Bathonian stage
- 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...
siltstones, sandstones, conglomerate, s****y limestones
. When they become exposed
to the elements
at the surface, the mudstones...
or unglazed nonvitreous pottery
that has normally
been fired below
1200°C. Porcelain, bone china
and stoneware, all fired
- use in 19th-century poetic diction
flowers, "a variety
of clay ironstone
of the coal measures", "the colour
of raw silk", a breed
of ray, lager...
- on yellow/grey sand, red/brown laterite
clay to sandy clay
in a variety
of habitats including
- Geological Institute defines
as "a concretionary nodule
of clay ironstone about
the size of a walnut
that the ancients believed
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