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The small park just north of Whitefish Dunes State Park is home to a dramatic shoreline of gray-white dolomite cliffs that are a mini version of the Apostles' orange sandstone beauties.
The master bath’s tub and fittings are by Lefroy Brooks, the stool is from Room & Board, the walls and floor are sheathed in white dolomite marble, and the artwork in the hallway is by Robert Janitz.
As years passed, marine sediments formed a layer of limestone known as dolomite nearly 100 feet thick.
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Origin and Etymology of dolomite
First Known Use: 1794See Words from the same year
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