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Why are kettle lakes named kettle lakes?

When the glaciers were retreating from southern areas and moved  backwards, large pieces of ice (bigger than a large iceberg) were  left behind. The melt waters from further (MORE)
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What is a spirit kettle?

  A spirit kettle is a teapot or kettle that sits upon a stand and has a burner beneath it. The burner usually burned alcohol, hence the "spirit" in it's name. This was a (MORE)

Function of a kettle?

The function of the kettle is to increase the heat of water, by the use of a perfectly placed element, to 100 degrees Celsius(boiling point). This is the temperature where the (MORE)

How are Kettles formed?

Kettles are formed when a piece of glacier ice breaks off and becomes buried by till or moraine deposits. Over time the ice melts, leaving a small depression in the land, fill (MORE)
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How are Kettle ponds formed?

Kettle ponds are normally formed as glacial ice melts. The ice makes a depression in the soil and when it melts the water that remains is above the water table.
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Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)
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Why are kettles shiny?

Kettles are shiny as a result of the materials that are used to  make then. Steel, aluminum and iron are the common metals used to  make kettles and they both have a shiny a (MORE)