fibrolite


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fibrolite

[′fī·brə‚līt]
(mineralogy)
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The presence of rocks such as flint, fibrolite and others show that the communities of the 4th and 3rd millennia BCE in the Lands of Antequera exchanged their resources with other southern Iberian regions.
Temporary buildings with wooden frames and floors and fibrolite walls were also built.
Louise the lecturer, proud member of the THSotMNU and her colleague, Olga the Intern, announced their findings today at an impromptu press conference at their charming fibrolite bach in the soggy nappy and stray dog belt of West Auckland.
Building Materials: Walls and Roof Code Definition W Wood B Brick C Concrete S Stone R Roughcast F Fibrolite M Malthoid P Plastic I Iron A Aluminium G Glass T Tiles X * Appendix IV Descriptive Statistics Variable Mean Std.