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a river in western Georgia that flows generally south to join the Chattahoochee River at the Florida border where they form the Apalachicola River

a city in southeast central Michigan near Detroit

showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings

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flint stone John Ross with the flint axe-head from around 3500 BC found in Beaumont Park
OUCH: Ancient dentists may have used a bowlike device to spin a sharp flint stone and bore into the patient's tooth.
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He was also boss of Surface International Systems Ltd, Marlon Services Ltd, First Base (Nationwide) Ltd, Natural Stone (Design) Ltd and Flint Stone Driveways
Tortola is the main island which is surrounded by numerous islets, one of which is Virgin Gorda, a flint stone landscape of mammoth boulders that lie on the beach.
King Abdulaziz also ordered authorities to pave mataf with flint stones, the first paved road in Makkah.
When installed at Umm Wu'al, the systems will sort more than 70% of the run-of-mine material by removing flint stones from the phosphate in order to reduce silicon content.