end stone


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end stone

[′end ‚stōn]
(horology)
A flat jewel in a timepiece which acts as a bearing for a pivot.
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Under PS200,000 BERRY BROW: On the fringe of open countryside is this twobedroomed end stone cottage, offering a lounge, dining kitchen, bathroom and cottage garden.
The cist was first discovered more than ten years ago when what appeared to be its end stone fell out of the peat mound, which had been concealing it, and since that time, the peat has slowly eroded away from the sides and the top.
PRICE: OIRO pounds 264,950 Under pounds 200,000 SCAPEGOAT HILL: Dating back to the 1800s is this characterful cosy three bedroomed end stone terrace cottage which features a modern dining kitchen and front garden.
From basic plants and ores to enchantment tables and end stones.
Alex says: "To really master Minecraft, you need to know the science behind its many kinds of blocks, from basic plants and ores to enchantment tables and end stones. At the SIBF, I will take you on a tour of the blocks that make up the world of Minecraft, including how grass grows, fire spreads, redstone conducts and beacons glow.
One of the end stones is marked Brighouse and the centre stone bears the name Elland.