A craw is also known as a gizzard, and is the organ in birds where the animal's food is digested - they do not have stomachs with acid like we do, but instead swallow sand and small pebbles to break down their food. People observed that birds which swallowed smaller stones or even sand were lighter in weight, and thus able to move more quickly and escape the farmer more easily when he decided on a chicken or duck dinner. The expression "sand in your craw" has come to mean someone who is feisty or plucky, like the bird fighting for its life against the farmer. If you don't have much sand, you are not courageous or feisty. Often, the phrase was shortened to just "to have sand." Oh, and "warn't" is just dialect for "wasn't."
"Sand in your craw" is an expression that comes from Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. It refers to someone who is feisty and full of spice.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! Sand and grit meant courage to a cowboy. The saying was that a true Westerner had sand in his craw which made him courageous.
Well, do you mean a sand SPIT?
I am assuming you mean 1.5 horse power pump.. Pumps do not take sand, the filter does. I would need to know the make and model of the filter to tell the amount of sand
Uncountable sand in egypt.
Approximatly 17.42 pounds Depends on how much sand to water you use and what type of sand
if you mix sand and water, the sand is not mixed with water and you can still see the sand. So sand is undisolveable in water.
Do you mean how do you install a sand filter?.
Sand is made of tiny bits of rock. It doesn't really mean anything, to the best of my knowledge.
The depth of sand depends on where it is and how much of it you put there.
about 4.8 ton of sand
No-one knows how much sand there is on Earth, but to give you a rough idea: there are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on Earth.
If you mean 2 inches, convert that to feet. Then multiply the area by the height. The answer will be the volume of the sand, in cubic feet.
Sharp sand feels sharp to the touch and is a much coarser material than lawn sand which is often called soft sand or builder's sand. If you want to lay bricks, soft sand is much easier to work with and to smooth down.
arena, arenae is for sand/grains of sand. You can use pulvis, pulveris to mean dust or powder.
For what? Building a cove for a vinyl liner. Adding sand to a sand filter. Building a sand box. For the base of a pool. ????
You mean substrate?
Yes there needs to be a space over the top of the sand in a sand filter. it is best to check with the manufacturer of the filter to find out how much.
I'm guessing you mean sand dunes.
You will need 4 tons of sand, the type of sand you will need is called clean bar sand
Try this link: www.pentairpool.com Ken
Because the sand is electrically charged