The ship, which was carrying a consignment of limestone, broke in half.
Middlebury is gorgeous, with big, open quads and limestone buildings that echo Yale's.
So he and the scouts dug into a limestone hill and built a factory in record speed.
The soul of his output in this period: a series of 20 limestone heads, evocative of African sculpture.
Lime carbonate is the principal constituent of limestone and marble.
A thick layer of limestone formed the upper portion of the cliff.
Pendle, near Clitheroe, where the rock changes to limestone, is 1803.
The other statue of limestone represents Nefer-shem-em seated.
In corroboration of this Stayman reports that it is not found growing native in clayey, limestone soils.
“This limestone draws the heat,” said Smith, and he laid aside his coat.
A sedimentary rock consisting primarily of calcium carbonate, often in the form of the minerals calcite or aragonite, and sometimes with magnesium carbonate in the form of dolomite. Minor amounts of silica, feldspar, pyrite, and clay may also be present. Limestone can occur in many colors but is usually white, gray, or black. It forms either through the accumulation and compaction of fossil shells or other calcium-carbonate based marine organisms, such as coral, or through the chemical precipitation of calcium carbonate out of sea water.
Sedimentary rock formed primarily of calcium carbonate, often the skeletons of small marine organisms.