on bedrock

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  • The castle stands on bedrock; one of its attractions is a deep well carved directly into the rock.
  • A professional station is sometimes mounted on bedrock.
  • Buildings on bedrock suffer less damage because the ground is firmer.
  • The light is approximately above water level, and has a visual range of, The Stone foundation goes below ground and is set on bedrock.
  • Panholes are the result of long-term weathering and are generally seen on bedrock or very large blocks of rock.
  • This stands on bedrock on the edge of a rock cutting and is thought to have been a form of light fortification.
  • Following this brief gentle section the trail steepens and continues mostly on bedrock to the summit.
  • The pyramid was not directly built on bedrock, but rather on a foundation made of large limestone blocks.
  • The construction of Havnelageret was very complicated because the building had to be built on bedrock as a result of its large size.
  • The post hole was an equal distance from both long walls which are build directly on bedrock which is a natural layer of altered basalt.
  • The park is built on bedrock and is home to limestone kiln remnants from early limestone production.
  • Gold is heavy, and the sorting process from water and glacier flow usually results in concentrations of gold down on bedrock along the gulch bottom.
  • They can be found on bedrock of many kinds, or in grasslands that form over a variety of soil types containing silts and clays.
  • The bridge's foundations are made of granite resting on bedrock.
  • The stupa has a deep foundation, and sits on bedrock.
  • The structure is set on bedrock and the entire basement floor is made of Joliet limestone from the building owner's quarry.
  • His most well known work is his compilation OS 0.2 on Bedrock Records.
  • Estimates for construction costs have shown that building in Norway is considerably cheaper than on the continent, due to the ability to build tracks straight on bedrock.
  • The original design was for lattice girders supported by brick piers resting on bedrock shown by trial borings to lie at no great depth under the river.
  • Having relied on Bedrock to be their MPW/MacApp replacement, Apple had done little development on their own platform.
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