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Marlstone
Marlstone Marl"stone`, n. (Geol.) A sandy calcareous straum, containing, or impregnated with, iron, and lying between the upper and lower Lias of England.

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- Marl or marlstone is a calcium carbonate or lime-rich mud or mudstone which contains variable amounts of clays and silt. The dominant carbonate mineral...
- (Ukrainian: Мергелева гряда, also transliterated Mergeleva, literally "Marlstone Ridge", "Marl Ridge") is the site of an Eneolithic temple and burial complex...
- significant quantities include borax, hongshiite, wollastonite, garnet, marlstone, iron, phosphorus, copper, gypsum, rutile, rock salt, gold amalgam, manganese...
- Geulhemmercave there is a marlstone statue of a 'block breaker' - the craftsman who, in the past, excavated blocks of marlstone with the help of primitive...
- label named Marlstone. Here they discovered Frank Boeijen, with which Erwin and Pierre, who both worked in the pop/rock department of Marlstone, had their...
- period around 1395 and is 91.5 cm tall. It was carved out of golden Prague marlstone and bears traces of polychromy and gilding. The figure lacks its traditional...
- Dolomite, limestone, evaporite, shale Petroleum Cretaceous Shuaiba Formation Marlstone, limestone, shale Petroleum Cenozoic Paleocene Umm Er Radhuma Formation...
- grounds of his English country house "White Gables", in the village of Marlstone, on the south-west coast of England. Philip Trent, an artist, freelance...
- area: a weathered sandstone known as alberese and a bluish-gray chalky marlstone known as galestro. The soil in the north is richer and more fertile with...
- times precarious. The pillars consist of alternating layers of limestone, marlstone, dolomite and slate of early to middle Cambrian age, which are weathered...
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