clayware


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Synonyms for clayware

ceramic ware made from clay and baked in a kiln

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The discoveries found by archaeologists include the workshop, facility for drying clayware, a room with a stove for burning items and a large courtyard in front of the shop.
Clayware has several advantages over glass or plastic, he says, as it is environmentally friendly, nontoxic and keeps water cool naturally.
05), a horse formerly owned by the legendary Hawick trainer when trained on the Flat by Jack Berry, makes his debut over timber in the opening Naylor Clayware Juvenile Novices' Hurdle.
By the turn of the century the previous branch line, which had been laid through the brick stock yard, had become so congested with clayware traffic that a new line had to be built to the outside of the site.
Recognised for 40 years' service were clayware operations manager Tony Turton (left); Ed Orme (second right) , manufacturing manager at the firm's Forest Works in Derbyshire; maintenance engineer at Hazlehead Andrew Brown (right); and maintenance engineer at Forest Works Gary Williamson (second left).
Old pipe from cast iron, steel, clayware or PE/PVC can be replaced.
This is closely followed by the question of content and imagery for the clayware.
Perth, August 30, Naylor Clayware H'cap Chase: 1 Know-No-No (R Garritty) 11-4; 2 Teejay'n'aitch; 3 Cardenden.
General building, landscaping, plastering, metalwork, damp proofing, clayware, timber, plumbing, electrical, tools, chemicals- if any of these are a problem in your home then Holmebuild can help you out.
The initial focus was on manufactured pipes like concrete and clayware, and not defects in brickwork and masonry sewers, but it was recognized that any base system of Defect Codes needed to have future flexibility to be extended as experience was gained.
THE chief executive of a leading clayware group has been named as one of manufacturing's most inspiring and influential people.
When it became necessary to replace and substantially upsize a century-old clayware drain under a busy road, pipebursting became the best solution.
AWARD-WINNING clayware group Naylor Industries has been featured in a national exporting guide.
Built 100 years ago, the Victorian clayware drain collected rainwater from two side roads and an entire open field area.
The delay has partly been caused by the economic downturn reducing the demand for clayware products along with a lack of storage space at the firm's Hazelhead works.