gray stone


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gray stone

A synthetic stone composed of carborundum and rubber used to polish dental restorations.
See also: stone
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Riverlines"Coa 40- by 70-foot installationCoby artist Richard Long, is a rich, contemplative mural set against the elegant gray stone of the elevator core.
Vocalists included Danielle Frerer, Michael Murff, Ross Stone, Lacey Gray Stone, and Stephen Stone.
Here, an autumnal courtyard opened up, populated by dry leaves (created using a particular type of scorched, fireproof canvas), which seemed to be awaiting a gust of wind before swirling in an eddy on the gray stone floor.
ready to block construction crews from touching the massive gray stone and stucco castle.
The mottled gray stone of the new head is different from the rest of the body only in the fact that it hasn't been out in the weather for almost 100 years.
The exterior is designed to blend with its Lowertown environment, incorporating red granite the color of the brick in surrounding historic buildings, and the gray stone of its 24-year-old sibling across Robert Street.
Another type of compression and expansion appears in his sculptures of small mountains of gray stone resting on earth.
The gravel crunches under your shoes as you stroll in and admire the lofty gray stone walls.
The gray stone walls allude to the sacrificial pre-Hispanic god Chavin de Huantar, known for his cruelty.