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a loose and crumbling earthy deposit consisting mainly of calcite or dolomite

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Features: recycled fabric, 100% polyester, breathable, quick-dry, lightweight, stretch, made in UK Colours: black, grey, green, red, navy, bright red, burgundy marl One size Price: 14.95 [pounds sterling]
"I had that name and number on my desk for maybe six weeks, and finally I said I'm just gonna call that guy," Oklahoma Marl says.
Most of the profile was composed of marl. The 70-80 cm and 90-100 cm depths had radiocarbon dates of 11,240 [+ or -] 80 yr BP and 11,990 [+ or -] 90 yr BP, respectively.
The magic of this musical savant may not be enough to bring Ray and Marl their pot of gold, but there's sufficient redemption and entertainment here to take anybody over the rainbow.
The new lab will be staffed by employees of both MARL and ATVL.
Evonik Industries plans to build a new production line for special polyamide 12 powder (PA12) in Marl, Germany with an investment volume in the mid doubledigit million euro range.
Justin Hanson, LIFE Project Manager for the Countryside Council for Wales, explained why: "Over the years, an area of Cors Erddreiniog, known as Cae Gwyn (white field because of the layers of marl found in the peat), has been covered with topsoil and the peat has been dried out.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 21, 2011-UK's Marl International wins GBP2m LED contract from Nokia Siemens Networks(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
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The Bayer subsidiary will be headquartered in Leverkusen, Germany with production facilities in Marl, Germany.
Approximately two-thirds of the funds was divided among Evonik's five-largest sites in Germany: Marl (hundreds of millions of euros), Hanau, Essen, Darmstadt, and Wesseling (tens of millions of euros at each site).