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earth

(ĕrth),
1. Soil; the soft material of the land, as opposed to rock and sand.
2. An easily pulverized mineral.
3. An insoluble oxide of aluminum or of certain other elements characterized by a high melting point.
[A.S. eorthe]

earth

(ûrth)
n.
1.
a. The land surface of the world.
b. The softer, friable part of land; soil, especially productive soil.
2. Chemistry Any of several metallic oxides, such as alumina or zirconia, that are difficult to reduce and were formerly regarded as elements.
Endothelin A Receptor Antagonist Trial in Heart Failure. A clinical trial that assessed the effects of selective endothelin receptor blockade with darusentan in heart failure
Conclusions Acute endothelin receptor antagonism improves systemic hemodynamics in CHF; chronic ET receptor antagonism worsens CHF symptoms

earth

(ĕrth)
1. Soil; the soft material of the land, as opposed to rock and sand.
2. An easily pulverized mineral.
3. An insoluble oxide of aluminum or of certain other elements characterized by a high melting point.
[A.S. eorthe]

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Elsewhere in Britain, and in countries such as Holland, red earthenware was commonly produced in local potteries right the way through to about 1800, only finally disappearing when the Staffordshire potteries came to dominate production.
This earthenware bowl is painted with a black slip inscription on a white slip ground that praises human generosity.
Lot n 14: PlAtrerie / Tiles / Earthenware / Dry walls Geographicalzone Saint-Maixent- l%cole / Parthenay
"They say the food, the landscape, my use of earthenware crockery etc., helps in reducing their yearning for home," he said of his expat followers in an earlier interview.
For he has always bought precisely what he liked, and what he liked turned out to be almost always French rather than any other type of glazed earthenware. 'I had a pretty open mind about what I was buying but I discovered that my taste was narrow.
In the late Middle Ages, the production of earthenware products in Karabakh specialized in three large groups - the production of non-enamelware, enamelware and building materials.
This must-have earthenware is the perfect excuse to replace your dinner set.
Elsewhere you'll find the earthenware work of Christine Jones, the accalimed Swansea artist who won the Craft and Design Gold medal at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Llanelli, in 2000.
They arrive here from everywhere in the middle of the night carrying their earthenware vessels.
There is mention of stoves, furnaces and cauldrons, and even the different types of jars: a large Martaban with a lid for oil, dozens of earthenware jars made in San Pedro Macati, four Chinese jars, two large earthenware jars - one in red, the other in blue.
IT IS SCARCELY POSSIBLE TO IMAGINE HOW many unglazed earthenware cooking pots, water bottles, dishes and cups have been made--and intentionally destroyed--during the deep history of earthenware production in South Asia.