Definition of Indurated clay
1. Noun. Hardened clay.
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Literary usage of Indurated clay
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1. Elements of Mineralogy by Richard Kirwan (1810)
"... and afterwards another part which is darker falls into powder; hence it should seem there are two sorts of indurated clay; the sandy, and the clayey. ..."
2. Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales: With an Introductory by William Daniel Conybeare, William Phillips (1822)
"indurated clay with white marine organic remains 37 6 11. ... Dark indurated clay, same as No. 23 3 — 2G. Laminated bituminous schist, same as Nos. ..."
3. Bulletin by Kentucky Geological Survey, Kentucky State Geologist (1906)
"... of indurated clay rock and irregular more massive grayish shale known at the ... is not represented by soft clays, but by more indurated clay shales or ..."
4. The American Beaver and His Works by Lewis Henry Morgan (1868)
"... Slides on Upper Missouri—Scenery on this River—Bluffs of indurated clay—Bad Lands—White Walls—Game—Connection of River Systems with Spread of Beavers. ..."
5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1828)
"Coal indurated clay 125 Red sandstone with a bed of slate clay Coal Indurated Clay White sandstone Slate clay • 130 Coal White sandstone Slate clay- Coal ..."
6. The History, Antiquities, Topography, and Statistics of Eastern India by Robert Montgomery Martin (1838)
"The hill to the west of the village has become schistose, and may be considered as in a state intermediate between jasper and indurated clay, showing the ..."