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They said that iron fragments believed to be part of a blade were found in a geological layer dating from 2100 B.
By one account, the geological layers and surrounding seabed in Japan are capable of containing 90 billion tons of CO2, and the plan is expected to be an effective way to help reduce the amount of the gas.
Total fireplace count: 4 Must-see hearth: in the lodge's History Room is architect Mary Cotter's fireplace masterpiece, built with rocks (like limestone and sandstone) from the Grand Canyon that replicate its geological layers.
Meanwhile, telephoto lens pictures of Mount Sharp (Figure 3) reveal geological layers, knobs and gulches on the lower flanks.
This is similar to cutting through a rock to reveal the geological layers or slicing into a chocolate gateaux to reveal the individual layers of icing.
Based on the obtained data, four geological layers were generalized and applied for designing pile foundation.
Mohammad Khalaf Al Mazroui, cultural heritage adviser at the Crown Prince's court and Adach general manager said: "The excavation project, which is led by Adach and Yale University Museum, began four years ago to study the geological layers of the region".
According to REM officials, the construction company preferred this solution because the geological layers of the subsurface soil where the crossing was to be carried out contained ground water, shells, sand and clay, all of which can be safely crossed--in some cases at a depth of only 2.
The construction company preferred this solution as the geological layers containing ground water, shells, sand and clay can be safely crossed--in some cases at a depth of only 2.
Roger Griffiths' watercolours show imaginative use of colour and use the landscape and the geological layers beneath to create intriguing works.
That information was graphically translated into the brickwork, a different brick was selected to represent the various geological layers.
But now it forms a foundation to a succession of geological layers of style, laid down over 50 years and reflecting the experience of subsequent generations and their quest for a distinctive identity.
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