Translation: from english

clayey limestone

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  • cement — cementable, adj. cementer, n. cementless, adj. /si ment /, n. 1. any of various calcined mixtures of clay and limestone, usually mixed with water and sand, gravel, etc., to form concrete, that are used as a building material. 2. any of various… …   Universalium

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  • cement-stone — cementˈ stone noun A clayey limestone, suitable for making hydraulic cement • • • Main Entry: ↑cement …   Useful english dictionary

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