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Clay is a term used to describe a group of hydrous aluminum phyllosilicate (phyllosilicates being a subgroup of silicate minerals) minerals , that are typically less than 2 μm (micrometres) in diameter. Clay consists of a variety of phyllosilicate minerals rich in silicon and aluminum oxides and hydroxides which include variable amounts of structural water. Clays are generally formed by the chemical weathering of silicate-bearing rocks by carbonic acid but some are formed by hydrothermal activity. Clays are distinguished from other small particles present in soils such as silt by their small size, flake or layered shape, affinity for water and tendency toward high plasticity.
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You are the executor of an estate and found a Browning ou shotgun that looks like a citori but not exactly The serial is 55714 It was used for clay shooting Can someone pls id gun and its value?
Need to know all the markings/words on the barrels and receiver. What gauge? Fixed or removeable choke tubes? Barrel length?
Clay is used for many things. Normally, clay is used to make sculptures or pottery, such as busts, bowls, plates, and mugs.
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Go to the mine in Southern Varrock and mine it, then add water to it to make soft clay. Or you could just buy it at G.E.
Well you will have to mine it. Mining it sounds pretty deep in the ground! In most places if you go into the garden and dig away the top layer of earth, which may only be 12 i…nches deep, then the more solid sticky layer underneath is some kind of clay. It could be any colour. When a trench is dug, say for laying pipes in the street, it can be easy to see the layers of earth and clay.
a very fine-grained soil that is plastic when moist but hard when fired
Any lake marsh should have clay it is usaly red and wet and stiky
No, every clay has different characteristics. Porcelain for example is extremely elastic. When throwing porcelain on the wheel you can make it really thin. The texture is simi…lar to wet corn starch. School clay (the cheap gray colored clay) is not as elastic so you can't make it as thin. People like different clays depending on how they throw, so check out the local clay store.
Try Micheal's or Target :)
Yes, that is why they are called clay cliffs. When it dries, clay is firm, and forms a soft rock, however it is easily eroded, so clay cliffs are often unstable.
They are credit cards that have no annual percentage rate for a specific amount of time. The advantage is if you don't pay in full each month there are no interest charges. Th…e disadvantage is that it doesn't last forever and the APR could be really high or there could be lots of hidden APR fees.
The "Aqua Credit Card" is a credit card that helps repair bad credit. It is often used for people who obtain a poor credit score.
The word 'a/an' is called a determiner. It is placed before a specific noun to indicate it. It is called an 'indefinite article', usually preceding the initial occurrence of a… noun. 'The' is a 'definite article' preceding nouns which are already introduced/familiar or assuming focus. Compare: "A man walked into the room." "The man walked into a room." In the first example, the man is introduced (preceded by the indefinite article), but we are presumably acquainted/familiar with 'the' room (definite article). In the second example, the man is definite, while the room is indefinite or as yet unknown. "A hero took the prize" assumes we are familiar with the prize, and the 'hero' is a relative unknown. "The hero took a prize" assumes we are familiar with the hero. "The hero took the prize" assumes we are familiar with (or at least focused upon) each item (the hero and the prize). "A hero took a prize" is decidedly indefinite - we are not yet aware of who the hero is, or what his prize was.
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Hope this helped! No....Polymer Clay and Reg. Clay are not the same. For One Polymer Clay can be 'cured' in your home oven where other clay need either air to dry them or …a High Fire Kilm.
A clay pigeon thrower is a launcher that holds clay pigeons. When the launcher is cranked back and released, it released the pigeon, sending it airborne.
They are typically used for poker chips at casinos. They usually contain more than just clay. Materials such as sand and chalk may also be used alongside clay.