Pingin

Pingin

1. A coin that circulated in the Republic of Ireland between 1928 and 1972. It was equal in value to 1/240 of one Irish pound. See also: Penny.

2. A coin that circulated in the Republic of Ireland between 1971 and 2002. It was equal in value to 1/100 of one Irish pound.
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An exception was the Pingin soil, in which pHBC was greater at depth than at the surface (Fig.
While there was a clear correlation between pHBC and organic matter content for both datasets, the Pingin soil was unusual in that the subsoil had higher pHBC than the corresponding topsoil.
Organosol 0.27 5.06 KT Kangaroo Island, SA Ferrosol 0.05 5.32 LSE Narracorte, SA Tenosol 0.04 4.52 PG Pingin, Qld Ferrosol 0.02 5.82 QL Kingaroy, Qld Ferrosol 0.06 6.53 Sample Organic C (B) CEC (C) [Al.sub.ox] (C) (%) (cmol/kg) (mg/kg) BO 1.2 5.0 350 BU 0.5 3.6 190 HAS 1.7 7.0 240 KO 6.8 15.4 11 140 KT 5.8 6.9 2380 LSE 1.6 3.4 240 PG 2.8 4.0 4160 QL 3.2 16.2 2700 Sample [Fe.sub.ox] (C) Total P (D) HC[O.sub.3] P (E) (mg/kg) BO 1700 250 52 BU 200 200 34 HAS 140 370 42 KO 7800 1040 100 KT 3000 340 18 LSE 300 115 5 PG 5200 1980 61 QL 5200 520 17 (A) Assessed using soil: [H.sub.2]O ratio of 1:2.5.