coral rock

coral rock

[′kär·əl ‚räk]
(petrology)
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They knew what dire fate was certain if ever the sea-washed coral rock gripped the Arangi's keel.
The first and second wives lay in the graveyard, under the white coral sand, with slabs of coral rock at head and feet.
Built in 1831, it is made of white coral rock and takes on a Neo-Gothic or Gothic Revival style.
I recall my first explosion claim which involved an insured contractor building a dock in the Florida Keys, who had blasted away a mass of coral rock in order to build a side to the jetty.
The project includes Demolishing existing walkway roofs and hauling away debris; pouring new column tops and set coral rock to match existing; installing new poles and roof deck; installing electric lighting along the roof; installing shingles; and painting the ceiling of the structure.
Hence, the best feature of cast stone is that it can replace natural cut limestone, brownstone, sandstone, bluestone, granite, slate, coral rock, travertine and other natural building stones.
It was built of coral rock and mortar in several phases.
A group of locals attacked Wingo after he dropped off fellow guardsmen to work assignments, hit him repeatedly with coral rock and stole the military van he was driving.
Oil Lamp shows a child-like figure embracing an oil lamp that seems to emerge from coral rock atop caves.
The foundation was designed to overcome challenging subsurface conditions consisting of very weak rock and highly permeable coral rock, which impacted pile capacities and settlement, among other critical design issues.
ferns flutter from the coral rock monument of Mary Immaculate in

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