- red clay
- s.bol arménico, bol de Armenia.
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Red Clay — Album par Freddie Hubbard Sortie 1970 Enregistrement 27, 28 et 29 janvier 1970; 19 juillet 1971 (titre 6). Durée 49:12 Genre Jazz Hard Bop Pr … Wikipédia en Français
red clay — n. Geol. 1. clayey material colored red by iron oxide 2. a soft, reddish clay deposit, restricted to the deepest parts of the ocean bottom and containing volcanic, meteoritic, and other insoluble material … English World dictionary
red clay — red clay, adj. Geol. a brown to red, widely distributed deep sea deposit consisting chiefly of microscopic particles and tinted red by iron oxides and manganese. [1350 1400; ME] * * * … Universalium
red clay — noun clay whose redness results from iron oxide (Freq. 1) • Hypernyms: ↑clay, ↑mineral * * * noun 1. : clay that usually owes its reddish color to oxide of iron 2. : a slowly accumulating abysmal deposit covering some 55,000,000 square miles of… … Useful english dictionary
Red Clay — Infobox Album | Name = Red Clay Type = Studio Album Artist = Freddie Hubbard Released = 1970 Recorded = Genre = Jazz Hard Bop Jazz Rock Length = 49 minutes Label = CTI Records Producer = Creed Taylor Reviews = *Allmusic Rating|5|5… … Wikipedia
red clay — n. brownish red clay from deep sea deposit and usually contains iron oxide … English contemporary dictionary
Red Clay (disambiguation) — Red Clay may refer to:* Red Clay (Freddie Hubbard album), a 1970 album * Red Clay Consolidated School District, a public school district in northern New Castle County, Delaware * Red Clay Creek, a tributary of White Clay Creek * Red Clay Cup, a… … Wikipedia
Red Clay Creek — is a tributary of White Clay Creek, approximately 15 miles (24 km) long, in southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware in the United States. The East and West Branches both rise in West Marlborough Twp., near the hamlet of Upland, and flow… … Wikipedia
Red Clay Consolidated School District — (abbreviated Red Clay or RCCSD) is a public school district in northern New Castle County, Delaware. Founded in 1981, Red Clay serves a portion of the city of Wilmington, its northern suburbs, and the Brandywine Creek and Pike Creek Valley… … Wikipedia
Red Clay State Park — Red Clay State Historic Park is located in southern Bradley County, Tennessee. The park is also listed as an interpretive center along the Trail of Tears. It encompasses 263 acres of land and is located just above the Tennessee Georgia… … Wikipedia
Red Clay Ramblers — The Red Clay Ramblers are a North Carolina based string band founded in Durham, North Carolina in 1972. The original members were Tommy Thompson (banjo), Bill Hicks (fiddle) and Jim Watson (mandolin, bass). With the addition of pianist Mike… … Wikipedia