Definition of Blaes

1. hardened clay [n]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blaes

blades
bladesmith
bladesmithing
bladesmiths
bladevent
blading
bladings
blads
blady
blae
blaeberries
blaeberry
blaeness
blaer
blaes (current term)
blaest
blaff
blaffs
blag
blaggard
blaggards
blagged
blagger
blaggers
blagging
blaggings
blags
blague
blagues

Literary usage of Blaes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"Length of box, - 0 4 9 blaes, dark-blue, - 0 4 8 Blue dark, blue soft - 0 7 10 Freestone, dark-gray 0 12 fi Fakes gray, - 0 1 0 blaes, black, ..."

2. Outlines of Mineralogy, Geology, and Mineral Analysis. by Thomas Thomson (1836)
"A band of iron Dark blaes 6. do. do. A band of iron 7. Dark blaes A band of ironstone 8. Dark blaes Hard white stone Dark blaes 10. do. do. 9. ..."

3. The Coal-fields of Scotland by Robert W. Dron (1902)
"Black blaes Dark Fakes Fakes and Sandstone Fakes and blaes Coal Dark Fakey blaes Coal (Main Coal) ... Dark Fakes Fakes and Sandstone Sandstone (Coarse) ..."

4. The Geology of the Neighbourhood of Edinburgh: (Map 32) by Sir Archibald Geikie, Henry Hyatt Howell, John William Salter (1861)
"Section of the Strata in the Engine Pit, near Gilmerton House. FT. IN. Calcareous shale (limestone blaes) - 19 0 Limestone (third bed) ..."

5. A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860 by John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young (1866)
"... van der blaes. Bricks were at this period sometimes sent from the neighborhood of Fort Orange, to the Dutch Colony on the Delaware, where bricks and ..."

6. The Mining Engineer (1898)
"2 3 106 COAL 0 3 105 Fireclay and bands 10 0 107 blaes and bands ... 17 6 10S Sandstone 10 9 109 blaes and bands ... 14 3 110 COAL 0 6 111 Bands and ..."

7. Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline by Peter Chalmers (1844)
"Slate clay or blaes mixed with sand, . . 016 7. Coal, .020 8. ... Sandstone plies mixed with blaes, . 129 14. Slate-clay or blaes, .... 024 15. ..."

8. The Natural History of the Mineral Kingdom,: Relative to the Strata of Coal by John Williams, James Millar (1810)
"3d, Of soft blaes, which are not stratified at all, there is only orte ... This species of blaes is as commonly found to be the immediate roof of coal as ..."

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