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  • For as far as the eye could see were bleak ash flats relieved by grotesque columns of clinkered limestone.

    The Dreamthief's Daughter

  • And yet an inanimate universe brought forth life and all its variety, because that was a necessary step in the evolution from a great cloud of gas to the final clinkered vacuum.

    The Long Way Home

  • The combustion of a vastly increased bulk of pulverized coal and a greatly enlarged combustion zone, extending about forty feet longitudinally into the kiln -- thus providing an area within which the material might be maintained in a clinkering temperature for a sufficiently long period to insure its being thoroughly clinkered from periphery to centre.

    Edison, His Life and Inventions, vol. 2

  • It is self-evident that an ideal kiln would be one that produced the maximum quantity of thoroughly clinkered material with a minimum amount of fuel, labor, and investment.

    Edison, His Life and Inventions, vol. 2

  • It is self-evident that an ideal kiln would be one that produced the maximum quantity of thoroughly clinkered material with a minimum amount of fuel, labor, and investment.

    Edison, His Life and Inventions

  • The combustion of a vastly increased bulk of pulverized coal and a greatly enlarged combustion zone, extending about forty feet longitudinally into the kiln -- thus providing an area within which the material might be maintained in a clinkering temperature for a sufficiently long period to insure its being thoroughly clinkered from periphery to centre.

    Edison, His Life and Inventions

  • But the third are black with clinkered sin that cannot burn again:

    Verses 1889-1896

  • But the third are black with clinkered sin that cannot burn again:

    Departmental Ditties & Barrack Room Ballads

  • The prow and stern-post of the boat were in good condition, and a few clinkered boards still hung together, which measured twenty-eight feet and six inches to where they were broken off at each end, showing it to have been a very large boat.

    Schwatka's Search

  • Some relics of the hut of Oberlus partially remain to this day at the head of the clinkered valley.

    The Piazza Tales

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