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clunch

A stiff, rigid clay or a chalk, used in early British construction.
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This was most obvious in the enthusiastic and animated discussion of the clunch pit in the village of Orwell (that is, the site where clunch had been quarried over generations, now no longer used for this purpose)--indeed, no discussion at the school over the course of our fieldwork generated as much excitement as the opportunity to describe the pit.
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The coffee table is an old one which Emma painted with F&B Clunch. Prints by artist Norrie Harman (pounds 300 each) www.norrieharman.com.