chalybeate


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chalybeate

1. containing or impregnated with iron salts
2. any drug containing or tasting of iron
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Toller's garden; opposite the Volunteer headquarters five feet of the path can be thrown into the road, and from the chalybeate spring to Christ-church road the high path can be narrowed, and a part thrown into the road.
Dancer Shirley Ronan, aged 46, of Chalybeate Close, Rubery, will be joined by her workmates in the line-up appearing at Kings Heath Cricket Club, in Alcester Road.
There is a chalybeate spring nearby and was renowned for many years for its medicinal powers; a stone from the well is displayed on the Upper Green.
As a pupil of Joseph Black he had a good knowledge of chemistry, and when Saunders introduced him to mineral water analysis, he contributed an account of the Brighton chalybeate spring to Saunders's book on mineral waters (34).
The adjacent Falkner and Chalybeate quadrangles (Mississippi) have been mapped by Swann (1997, 1999) and the adjoining Camp Hill and Whitten Town (Mississippi) quadrangles were mapped by Thompson (2000a, b).
JONES David (Dai Cwmparc) Suddenly on April 21 at his home, David (Dai Cwmparc) of Chalybeate St, Aberystwyth; beloved husband of Bet, dear father of Gwilym and Delyth, cherished grandfather of Dafydd, Rhian, Ieuan and Sioned, and loving brother of Mair Watts.
Where in the city centre would you find a chalybeate (mineral) spring flowing?
Llandrindod boasts its own lake, albeit much smaller, and over at Rock Pool people can still sample the sulphur-tasting chalybeate water that once drew so many.
We, however, were keen to take a look around the town and headed down the hill to The Pantiles, its two-tiered colonnaded Georgian shopping quarter adjacent to the Chalybeate Spring that made the town famous.
The site, bounded by Upper Duke Street and Upper Parliament Street, Gambier Terrace and Great George Street, had been strolled by ladies in their finery drawn to the chalybeate spring on the east side, apparently efficacious in the treatment of eye complaint, nervous disorders and rheumatism.
In 1684 a chalybeate spring was discovered on the hills above the village.
The swastikas were sprayed onto two Care Society properties in Cambrian Street and Chalybeate Street.