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Indeed it took a judgment of the Conseil Supérieur, dated 4 May 1765, to quash all objections and spell out with certainty the obligation to have a royal reserve along the coast.

Ham decided to quash the request for high-resolution imaging of the shuttle, based on her belief that the
with a Porter steam locomotive to haul broken rock from the quarry face to the steam crusher.

One of the first documented reports of the Slatechuck quarry occur in about 1820 when prospectors looking for coal or copper came across a large deposit of the black slate.

Though she seems to do so in order to confuse their quarry, she also has been seen adopting her friend's human form in times of stress.

A high moisture content makes argillite easier to carve; therefore, it is kept as moist as possible after it is extracted from the Slatechuck quarry.

The 1894 Great Hinckley Fire was a major setback, but quarrying bounced back quickly, and two years later a town arose just outside the quarry.

The Smithsonian Institution field crew excavated from all three quarry beds during the years 1929-1931 and 1934. The three sandstone beds are informally called the red, green, and white sandstone beds (Gazin, 1934).

In "q is for quarry" Will hired Blunk to spy on her dad's new fiance, Sarina Sanchez, suspecting she may be a glamoured Nerissa.

In Nobel Dynamite, teams traveled to a rock quarry and had to fill sandbags to create a protective bunker in the rock quarry.

Limestone from the same quarry in Indiana used for the original building was used for the restoration.

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