from the bedrock

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  • Once the sides were cut down into the rock, the stone piece had to be separated from the bedrock.
  • From the bedrock up, a central steel core runs through the center of the structure and is its main support.
  • They made longhandled picks which they used to cut the limestone from the bedrock.
  • Some parts of the causeway are made from the bedrock, but usually the bedrock was used as a base.
  • The water no longer gushes forth from the cave, but only seeps from the bedrock below it.
  • The water no longer gushes from the cave, but only seeps from the bedrock below it.
  • Its chemistry was different from the bedrock's.
  • Knowledge of local amplification of the seismic motion from the bedrock is very important in order to choose the suitable design solutions.
  • These stelae were made of a soft limestone that came from the bedrock within the PfB area.
  • This image is a promotional image from the Bedrock Group, and all other images available are also promotional, non-free images of the new construction project.
  • The origin can be determined by information in the literature on glacial drifts, but also determined by comparison with samples from the bedrock.
  • The steel and concrete church is faced with rough, uncut limestone from the bedrock excavated for the building's foundation.
  • When the ice was melting, iron was released from the bedrock into the groundwater and became exposed iron oxide (ochre).
  • Freeing the stones from the bedrock was an elaborate process: Wide grooves were chiseled with metal tools around the intended stone block.
  • To do this, they used a "hydrology mining" process to extract the tailings from the bedrock it had been sitting on for several decades.
  • The jade green color of the lake is attributed to the presence of copper oxide leached from the bedrock underneath.
  • As the province sank, several of the great fortress-cities of Nagarythe were pulled from the bedrock by sorceresses and kept afloat by their magic.
  • The chamber of the tomb was cut from the bedrock and contained the remains of the king himself together with those of two adolescents who had been sacrificed in order to accompany the deceased ruler.
  • The dromos in early examples was usually just cut from the bedrock, as in the Panagia Tomb at Mycenae itself.
  • The cist was carved directly from the bedrock and, unusually, it was capped with planks of wood rather than the usual stone slabs.
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