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Now, the two-story, brick-and-sandstone building will get a second lease on public life.
The suites, built into a red-sandstone muddle of period havelis surrounding a courtyard with a serene swimming pool, are attended by mustachioed locals and Rasjasthani girls in bright saris who don’t all speak English.
Murphy, along with East Bay Park naturalist Ned MacKay, showed me how to find marine fossils embedded in the sandstone from the time when this area was at the bottom of the ocean.
The gothic-style church, made of Amherst sandstone, was built in 1873.
In Kansas and Oklahoma, the faults are in deep igneous and metamorphic rocks just beneath the sandstone layer used by the injection wells.
But a slab of sandstone found on Goddard's ground have given insight into the world of 100 million years ago.
The vertical cliffs of layered sandstone are similar to the other cliffs that rim quiet Mirror Lake.
In the years since, Ayodhya — its name now synonymous with strife — has become a magnet for fundamentalist Hindu leaders who want a soaring sandstone temple dedicated to Ram to be built where the mosque once stood.
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: a type of soft stone that is made from grains of sand stuck together
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