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"Clays" a.k.a. "Clays: Their Occurrence, Properties And Uses" is a book by Heinrich Ries.
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by Rick Sapp
Chesapeake Clays is a public shooting course only 65 miles east of Washington, D.C., across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The hours are Monday and Wednesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 ...
The Richest Man in Town (2009)
The Twelve Commandments of Wealth by Randall Jones
Shooting sporting clays is a lot like running a business. You wait for each opportunity to present itself. Then you lead the target: You anticipate where the clay is going to be, swing through it, and then take your shot. You get one chance to put ...
by Antonio Gil, Sophia A. Korili, Raquel Trujillano, Miguel Angel Vicente
The problem of controlling the hydrophobic microenvironment within the layers of the pillared clays is an important issue to improve the performances, but was mainly investigated for the Ti-PILC materials for the photocatalytic oxidation of ...
by Geological Survey (U.S.)
Above the colored clays is a bed of "white sand" and clay reaching a thickness of at least 100 feet. This is the white arkose sand exposed on the east side of Hempstead Harbor, near Sea Cliff, at Latting- town, at Center Island, and on Lloyd ...
by Vin T. Sparano
Sporting Clays is a natural for hunting clubs, particularly those in areas where waterfowl hunting is permitted mornings only. Sporting Clays practice could be an excellent way to utilize those open afternoons and also make better duck and ...
Guns in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law, 2nd Edition [3 volumes] (2012)
An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law by Gregg Lee Carter
The most exotic form of claypigeon shooting is sporting clays. It is much less predictable than trap and skeet, and ...
by William Nicholson
The clays are native mixtures of these earths ; but they are often rendered unfit for the manufacture of at least the finer kinds of porcelain, from other ingredients which they also contain. The perfection of porcelain will depend greatly on the ...
by Andrew Ure
Few clays produce a perfectly vitreous and. unabsorbent body. Some burnt approach to a glassy texture, while others are so highly silicious and coarse 1n gram as to be held together by a very slight cohesion. These are in the burnt state open ...
by Sir George Watt
Fine pottery clays exist in great abundance in the district of Chingleput, more especially at Sripermatur. From the beds exposed at Coopum a supply has been taken for the Madras School of Art. 2nd, Mysore. — For many years it has been ...
by Andrew Goudie
SEE ALSO: runoff generation MICHAEL SLATTERY QUICKCLAY The quickclays (quick clays, quick-clays, Swedish: kvicklera) are clay-sized postglacial marine sediments of very high sensitivity (see SENSITIVE CLAY). The term relates to the ...
by Henry Watts
The difference between the best and the moderately good glass- pot clays is much lees conspicuous than that between the good and the inferior suits. Similar results have been obtained by Bischof (Dini/l. pol. J. ccviii. 445) with respect to the ...
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