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The Dolomite was a very much cleaned-up version of the original shape with a dual brief.
The Dolomite had a handicap - it was launched at a time when Triumph was under the British Leyland banner and although it was shown in 1971 at the London Motor Show, strikes and industrial disputes slowed full production until October 1972.
Since the aggregate of granite and dolomite is usually used for asphalt mixtures in Lithuania, statistical calculations of quality indexes were made based on these strains of the aggregate.
What is the dolomite market size in nearly 60 different countries?
The first via ferratas were built in the Dolomites during the First World War, to aid the movement of mountain infantry, and the Dolomites probably still has the greatest number.
Formula (2) is valid if the contents of Fe and Mn in dolomite lattice are low, which for the present case are close to the above-mentioned detection limit of the method.
Many of the students who participate in the art show are labeled as underachieving or learning-disabled because they don't do well in a traditional education setting, Dolomite Ward said.
One clue:The tree is planted on a bed of dolomite (limestone), a 500 million-year-old mineral rock with a higher moisture content than surrounding sandstone, sedimentary rock made of quartz grains.
1), have shown that the rate of dissolution was in the sequence: Epsom salts [is greater than or equal to] fine calcined magnesite [is greater than] coarse calcined magnesite, coarse granmag (partially acidulated and granulated calcined magnesite), fine dolomite [is greater than] fused magnesium phosphate (Loganathan et al.
The Ordovician System includes the Stonington Formation, consisting of interbedded fossiliferous carbonate and shale; the Big Hill Dolomite consisting of argillaceous dolomite and limestone; and the Queenston Shale, consisting of alternating layers of gypsum, limestone, and gray, green, and red shale.