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red clay

[′red ′klā]
(geology)
A fine-grained, reddish-brown pelagic deposit consisting of relatively large proportions of windblown particles, meteoric and volcanic dust, pumice, shark teeth, manganese nodules, and debris transported by ice. Also known as brown clay.
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We are proud to announce the recent Accreditation of Red Clay Ranch Equine Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc.
Red clays are widely distributed in southwest and south central regions of China (Editorial of Engineering Geology Manual, 2007); accordingly, red clay is frequently utilized as a subgrade filling for fiscal and environmental reasons.
Once that red clay comes up, it's impossible to get it back down into the bungum," the old cowman said.
In her work entitled Houses, trees and a bird made with red clay on the pottery wheel and freely arranged on the Sorkun pot, a giant concrete building is overlooking trees.
The red clay courts are in excellent shape and loved by the club's members, but the lack of on-site parking and lights are limiting factors.
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Farmers in the highlands of southern Ethiopia scratch out a subsistence living from the region's volcanic red clay.
You will need one tablespoon of seeds, three tablespoons of compost, five tablespoons of dry red clay, and two tablespoons of water.
Employees of Western Shield worked with Red clay Interactive of Gainesvilla, GA.
After this is done, wash the red clay from your hands.
poems have been published in Calliope, forthcoming in Red Clay Review,