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These pits were also used to steam foods by adding heated rocks or embers and then seaweed or corn husks ( or other coverings ) placed on top to steam fish and shellfish as well as vegetables ; potatoes would be added while still in-skin and corn while in-husk, this would later be referred to as a clambake by the colonists.
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These often take the form of small rectangular pits about 3 ft. ( 0. 9 m ) long by 2 feet ( 0. 6 m ) wide.
These pits, which can be up to 4 × 7 m wide and 2 m deep, would have been camouflaged with branches and leaves.
These crops attracted Romani people, working as itinerant pickers, to annual camps in local meadows and worked-out chalk pits.
These lakes – purportedly the remains of clay pits dug for the bricks used in the building of Clissold House – are all that is left to mark the course of the Hackney Brook, one of London's lost rivers, which once flowed from west to east across Stoke Newington on its way to the River Lea.
These abandoned pits are home to many species of wildlife and are protected along with the Great Black Swamp.
These accessory pits variously contain bronze carriages, terracotta figures of entertainers such as acrobats and strongmen, officials, stone armour suits, burials sites of horses, rare animals, and labourers, as well as bronze cranes and ducks in an underground park.
These men worked in the nearby pits at Norden supplying Purbeck Ball Clay to Josiah Wedgwood and other pottery manufacturers.
These distinctive mushrooms appear honeycomb-like in that the upper portion is composed of a network of ridges with pits between them.
These included Ripley colliery worked from 1863 – 1948, Britain colliery worked 1918-1946, Ormonde 1908-1970 and more pits at Upper and Lower Hartshay, Whiteley, Waingrove, Bailey Brook, Exhibition, Loscoe, New Langley and Denby Hall.
These years saw great increases in the participatory nature of the event with the inclusion of booths for open-microphone readings and oratory, television-smashing pits, and tattooing and piercing parlors.
These pits sometimes reveal the teeth of large mastodons, mammoths and horses which roamed the continent as recently as 10, 000 years ago.
These drums were often semicircle cross-sectioned hollow logs laid over wood covered ' resonating ' pits positioned according to custom in kivas or dance houses.
These pits have a relatively short effective range of approximately 1 ft, but nevertheless give the rattlesnake a distinctive advantage in hunting for warm-blooded creatures at night.
These massacre sites usually had shallow pits, graves dug in advance ( sometimes by forced Jewish laborers ) or deep ravines ( including one at Babi Yar, near Kiev ).
These loreal pits are the external openings to a pair of extremely sensitive infrared detecting organs, which in effect give the snakes a sixth sense that helps them to find and perhaps even judge the size of the small warm-blooded prey on which they feed.
These kame terraces tend to look like long flat benches, with a lot of pits on the surface made by kettles.
These snakes lack the heat sensitive pits between the labial scales that most other python species have.
These features were ignored or not seen by the later antiquarians to investigate the site, and it was not until the 1920s during the work carried out by Colonel William Hawley that Hawley's assistant Robert Newall identified a ring of pits he named in honour of Aubrey and his early survey.
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These were the ones Keith sought out -- the loners, the ones who killed for the joy of it, like himself.
These conceptions and the manner in which they were transposed into poetry or engendered by poetic form are intrinsic to western life from the time of Aeschylus to that of Shakespeare.
These basic ideas concerning the nature of religion were, Adams believed, some of the major keys to the understanding of history and the movement of society.
These people were not talking much about it, but you, a foreigner, sensed their apprehension and disappointment.
These public efforts were rare because Mr. Rayburn normally did his counseling, persuading and educating long before an issue reached its test on the House floor.
These microfossils indicate the swamp was `` formed during the Lower Cretaceous period when dinosaurs were at their heyday and when the first flowering plants were just appearing.
These little songs, however, were sweet nothings from the heart, tender memories of his childhood, little melodies that anyone could hum and that would make one want to weep.
These were the ships of His Majesty's Navy, herding the hulks of the East Indies merchants and the yachts and ketches of the loyalists.
These trumps were more touching than they were anything else, and seemed to imply that the nights were long, her children ungrateful, and her marriage bewilderingly threadbare.
These were selected carefully and included not only detailed clinical information but adequate pathology of value for research and educational purposes.
These amendments to the Vocational Rehabilitation Act were designed to help provide for more specialized rehabilitation facilities, for more sheltered and `` half-way '' workshops, for greater numbers of adequately trained personnel, for more comprehensive services to individuals ( particularly to the homebound and the blind ), and for other administrative improvements to increase the program's overall effectiveness.
These plans, like Du Pont's, contained provisions for passing the vote on Du Pont's General Motors shares on to the ultimate stockholders of Du Pont, Christiana, and Delaware, except that officers and directors of the three companies, their spouses, and other people living in their households, as well as other specified persons, were to be totally disenfranchised.
These were educated men, who, as Mr. Justice Holmes was fond of saying, formed their inductions out of experience under the burden of responsibility.
These boys acknowledged an introduction to anybody by gently pressing one of his hands in both of theirs, while they gazed, misty-eyed with care, into the eyes of the person they were meeting.