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  • “Oh, my God,” I said upon catching sight of the rock-lined pond.

    Skipping a Beat

  • “Oh, my God,” I said upon catching sight of the rock-lined pond.

    Skipping a Beat

  • “Oh, my God,” I said upon catching sight of the rock-lined pond.

    Skipping a Beat

  • As well as teaching the Pilgrims to cultivate local corn, beans and squash and to hunt, smoke and cure Massachusetts's plentiful game, the Indians taught them to catch local seafood and to cook it as they themselves did: in a rock-lined pit.

    Happy as a Clambake

  • A classic New England clambake includes lobsters, clams, corn and potatoes often with the addition of chicken, sausage, mussels and onions, all placed in layers alternating with seaweed and cooked for several hours on the beach in a canvas no rubberized or synthetic materials, please tarp-covered, rock-lined pit.

    Happy as a Clambake

  • Finally, on October 10, the crews managed to steer the river into the rock-lined bypass.

    Colossus

  • Far from being the delicate ornamental structures I had imagined them to be, the fish pools were little more than utilitarian rock-lined troughs, placed conveniently near to the kitchens.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Finally, on October 10, the crews managed to steer the river into the rock-lined bypass.

    Colossus

  • They killed buffalo and antelope and wild horses and feasted on food cooked in rock-lined pits.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • The most commonly used erosion control practices used in RMSs are rock riprap, lining with a jute mat (to prevent erosion until the grass becomes established), concrete drainage channels, and large rock-lined drains (to channel water down steep hillsides of mining area).

    Offsetting carbon dioxide emissions through minesoil reclamation

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