long clay

long clay

[′lȯŋ ¦klā]
(materials)
A clay used in ceramics that has a high degree of plasticity.
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The French Open champion, still apparently finding his grass court feet after the long clay court season, moved into the fourth round with a 6-7(4) 6-1 6-1 6-1 victory over 63rd-ranked KazakhMikhail Kukushkin.
In E-Thay Inward-Yay Ourney-Jay: Ecoming-Bay Art-Pay Of-Yay E-Thay Amily-Fay (Ree-Thay), for example, a long clay tube appears to thread Finsel along the whole of his digestive tract.
Mr Jones went on to recall that every morning, eight old men, all over 70 years, would gather in the pub to drink a glass of ale or two and to smoke their long clay pipes and discuss the affairs of the universe.
I had the long clay court season so I stayed an extra eight days in Tampa where it was 100 degrees and 100 percent humidity and I got pretty fit.
I know I'm not the only one for whom consistent exercise and doing something physically challenging after a long clay at work is a difficult task.
Form a long clay coil into a spiral and place it in the bottom of the container to form the base of the vessel.
Couple this with a busy street intersection and a 50-year old, 295-foot long clay sanitary sewer pipe crossing beneath the yard and you've got a major challenge on your hands.
Today, the facilities include a 2,000-foot long clay drag strip, two motocross tracks for junior and experienced racers, a 1,600-square foot fully-licensed canteen, a concessions trailer, and a registration building for event organizing.