mud pot

mud pot

[′məd ‚pät]
(geology)
A type of hot spring which contains boiling mud, typically sulfurous and often multicolored; tends to be associated with geysers and other hot springs in volcanic zones. Also known as painted pot; sulfur-mud pool.
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Contract notice: number of the consultation: a19070056 replacement of a boiler condenser, hydraulic modification, installation of a mud pot as well as a water softener at the blnod ls pont mousson secondary school
The name has two components -- 'matka' which is Hindi for mud pot and 'Kulfi', an Indian version of ice cream.
"I am a long way from being a geologist, but I can explain in lay terms how a mud pot, fumarole [steam vent] or a geyser works," Koberlein said.
Another pub Mud Pot has been served a notice in this regard.
The event featured various games, including laddoo (Indian sweet) eating, tug-of-war and traditional 'Matka Phod' (breaking a mud pot hanging at a height) by group of men forming a human pyramid.
From the parking lot we took a short boardwalk trail and came upon a mud pot. Mud pots are hot springs, only with less water.
The Kamchatka Mosaic video series has the following small movie clips in a grid: Camp Construction, The Bath Pool, Search for Diesel, Candy Shop, Geyser Valley, Bears!, Lab Tent Tour, Mud Pot, and Uzon Sunset.
Contract notice: the purpose of this consultation is to install a mud pot system on the hot and cold water networks in the technical premises of the muse du quai branly - jacques chirac
Now I value the conservation of the Ghaf tree even more," Vrunika said as she proudly put the Ghaf seed into her mud pot, with the hope that it will grow.
Details said that 1 out recovered bomb was 'the mud pot'; while the other one has been defused by BDS.
It's provided in a mud pot and you cannot really drink it.
Tender notice number : KBKTR GP1/2017-18 - Supply of Mud pot ID:2018_DP_186725_1