from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Marly limestone capable of yielding hydraulic cement. Compare water-lime.
  • n. pl. [capitalized] In English geol., a division of the Keuper.


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  • For the demonstration in the video we're using a waterstone that I have soaked for about 20 minutes before sharpening in order to soften it a little.

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  • "The best I can figure, the waterstone works with sound that can make solids of liquids and liquids of solids.

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