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- n. Plural form of peastone.
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An area that size will require 6 to 8 sheetrock buckets of peastones.
Mr. Stanislas Meunier communicates to _Le Nature_ an account of some interesting specimens of globular calcareous matter, resembling pisolites or peastones both in appearance and structure, which were accidentally formed as follows: The Northern Railway Company, France, desiring to purify some calciferous water designed for use in steam boilers, hit upon the ingenious expedient of treating it with lime water whose concentration was calculated exactly from the amount of lime held in the liquid to be purified.