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Stone

A unit of weight equivalent to 14 pounds.
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As a potter I was interested in the first chapters, which put forth a theory on the popularity of salt fired stoneware in Europe.
The pieces in "The Eye above the Well" are of three types -- porcelain works, smoke-fired stoneware (apparently the oldest way to bake clay) and stoneware-raku (a Japanese approach to hand-forming clay).
This release of webRDP is all about increasing the feature set of an already great product, said Rick German, CEO of Stoneware, Inc.
While Lenovo did not disclose financial terms of the deal, it said it expects to complete the acquisition of the Indianapolis-based Stoneware by year's end.
It had been reassessed in France by the artist Jules Ziegler (1804-56) as early as the 1840s, but it was mainly during the Paris Worlds Fair of 1878 that the craze for 3apanese stoneware began to have a real influence on French ceramicists.
Stoneware is made from clay with some sand added and is fired at a higher temperature than ordinary earthenware which partly vitrifies it and renders it impervious to liquids.
Cloud Agent on the HP TouchPad will allow students, teachers and administrators safe and secure access to their resources," states Rick German, CEO for Stoneware, Inc.
THIS CLASSICALLY PROPORTIONED STONEWARE Jar stands as a handsome example of a utilitarian vessel.
New concepts in porcelain stoneware tiling with innovative designs
Red Wing Stoneware Encyclopedia is a 'must' for any serious collector of this stoneware.
Deaf as a Cannon is a Goliath-scaled, but otherwise exacting, replica in brown stoneware clay of an ornament-encrusted sixteenth-century Milanese burgonet helmet from the armor collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.