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“There were a lot of farmworkers’ houses and people who worked at the quarry,” she said.
Our sights are set far smaller—bluegills, crappie, and perch, the perfect first quarry for a beginner.
Photos from 1992 and 2001 document pieces in which the Scotland-based artist froze rocks to a quarry face and laced a stone wall with large icicles.
Like a rock quarry or a cable television provider, regional casinos are inherently good businesses.
You’ll find waterfalls and dinosaur tracks near this RV-friendly site, which is perched on the edge of a former quarry, a national historic landmark that’s now a lake.
Here is a gold-mine for the makers of boys' books of all future generations to quarry in.
Now it happened that these steps of the dwarfs adjoined a deserted stone quarry less than a mile from the castle of Clarides.
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No man who ever was in a quarry or gravel pit will say so, much less one who has the least smattering of chemistry or geology.
Nor can one who in pumping out his quarry frees another quarry from water recover anything for the service.
On one occasion (we are not told the date or place) the hunter nearly became a prey to his quarry.

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