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- n. A type of stiff, blue clay, sometimes used for making bricks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A series of beds of clay and marl in the South of England, between the upper and lower greensand of the Cretaceous period.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Another spelling of galt.
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Listen, gault, many of us went though this adolescent nonsense before, when we were adolescents.
NinerFan says: gault: “I have a speech I will soon share with you about the irrationality of collectivism and offering my own philosophy as an alternative.”
Bill Corr, you are educated white male and you don't like three things gay, black and disable, what is wrong with you? if you are educated you would of think better way, when I read your post i only see racist old f*t white man, don't you know racism is dangerous and very old fashion? kevin gault
What is called a washing brick is now made in various colors, adapted for the lining of interiors, and there are hard bricks of a very pale straw color, known as Beart's patent bricks, made, I believe, of gault clay, which were some years ago bought up by the Great
Adamantine clinkers, made of gault clay, are much used; they must have chamfered edges, otherwise they make too smooth a floor for a stable.
On digging or boring below these, we ought to come upon the chalk, and below the chalk again, with its cretaceous congeners the greensand or the gault, we ought to meet the Weald clay and the Hastings sand.
The belemnites are the internal shells of a sort of cuttle-fish which swam about in enormous numbers in the seas whose sediment forms our modern lias, oolite, and gault.
I know: but years ago it got the name from one green vein in it, in which the "Coprolites," as you learnt to call them at Cambridge, are found; and that, and a little layer of blue clay, called gault, between the upper
Now this makes sence john gault wrote on Mar 5, 2009 9: 56 AM:
"Steve from Chesterfield, john gault and 250 have got it right.
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