In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1arcilla femininepotter's clay — arcilla (figulina)
- Both were making clay pots, and everything seemed to be going along well.
- Actually red clay was used to build it.
- In 1851, British archaeologists discovered hundreds of clay tablets while digging in ancient Babylon.
- He informs me that the ground below Dublin consists predominantly of boulder clay.
- I've used polymer clay with children from second grade through sixth.
- One slope of the mound had clay loam soil and another had sandy loam.
- The crafts will include stick making, painting, clay modelling, paper mache, collage and many more.
- But the fine, white clay called kaolin was essential.
- Treat dirt or red clay on children's baseball uniforms in the same manner.
- The later Babylonians adopted the same style of cuneiform writing on clay tablets.
- You can apply a layer of bentonite clay to seal the soil or lay a synthetic liner.
- They then cut around the fish template with plastic knives, carefully removing all the excess clay.
- Material culture included leather moccasins, pottery vessels with incised decoration, and clay figurines.
- Children are like wet clay - they take the shape they are moulded into.
- The soil is a silty clay loam and located in the Finger Lakes.
- If you're pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor before using bentonite clay.
- I strongly suggested that the students carve only, fighting the temptation to model the soft clay with their fingers.
- Not only is it waterproof, but it will also dry like baked polymer clays.
- Higher rates must be used in heavy clay soils than in light sandy soils.
- He sat in a rocking chair after dinner and smoked a long clay pipe.
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