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  Slate - LoveToKnow 1911
Cleavage is thus a superinduced structure, and its explanation is to be found in the rearrangement of the minerals, and the development of a certain degree of crystallization by pressure acting on the rock.
Slates belong mostly to the older geological systems, being commonest in Pre-Cambrian, Cambrian and Silurian districts, though they may be found of Carboniferous or even of Tertiary age, where mountain-building processes have folded and compressed these more recent formations.
In other cases, especially near mineral veins, slates are filled with fl needles of tourmaline or are bleached to pale grey and white colours, or are silicified and impregnated with mineral ores.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Slate   (1908 words)

 Slate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Slate is a fine-grained, homogeneous, metamorphic rock derived from an original sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through low grade regional metamorphism.
Slate is mainly composed of quartz and muscovite or illite, often along with biotite, chlorite, hematite, and pyrite along with, less frequently, apatite, graphite, kaolin, magnetite, tourmaline, or zircon.
Slate is also found in the Arctic and was used by the Inuit to make the blades for ulus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Slate   (285 words)

 Slate (magazine) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Slate is a hybrid of traditional news outlets and blogs; it is column-driven but maintains more journalistic credibility and objectivity than most blogs.
Slate also features a set of online forum boards called "The Fray," the editing and moderator duties of which are left up to a "Fray Editor," currently Kevin Arnovitz.
Slate's focus and editorial slant is politically liberal, as seen in choice of columnists, choice of and position on topics, and featured cartoon: Doonesbury.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Slate_(magazine)   (640 words)

 Historic Slate Roofs - New England Slate Comapny   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The relatively large percentage of historic buildings roofed with slate during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries means that many slate roofs, and the 60 to 125 year life span of the slates most commonly used, may be nearing the end of their serviceable lives at the end of the twentieth century.
Slate, laid in multicolored decorative patterns, was particularly well suited to the Mansard roofs of the Second Empire style, the steeply pitch roofs of the Gothic Revival and High Victorian Gothic styles, and the many prominent roof planes and turrets associated with the Queen Anne style.
The slates were graduated according to thickness, size, and exposure, the thickest and largest slates being laid at the eaves and the thinnest and smallest at the ridge.
www.neslate.com /Levine.html   (6938 words)

 Roofing slate that is ASTM Grade S-1
Slate is a hard, dense stone whose structural integrity has withstood the rigors of ASTM testing and is fast becoming a popular choice in the architectural world.
The slates are installed so that the thickest and longest are placed at the eaves and then the pieces gradually and proportionately diminish in size until the ridges are reached.
Slate is ordinarily considered to be the most permanent type of roof covering and when properly selected and properly installed it may prove to be the most permanent part of the building.
www.camaraslate.com /roofing.htm   (996 words)

 Slate Flooring,Slate Flooring Tile,Slate Kitchen Flooring,Slate Stone Flooring,Slate Bathroom Flooring,Slate Flooring ...
Slate is a metamorphic rock of argillaceous origin and defined as a layered stone which may be split into thicknesses ranging from 8 to 14 mm.
Slate is formed under the earth crust with the cooling and solidification of magma,which contains various minerals such as clay, slit, mica and chlorite.
Slate, which is a metamorphic-argillaceous rock can be split into thin layers along the plane of cleavages formed due to flattened and elongated minerals.
www.indian-stones.com /about-stones/slate.html   (439 words)

 Slate Stone,Natural Slate,Slate Stone Exporters,Natural Slate Stone
Natural slate is a compact metamorphic rock, composed primarily of silica and alumina and are used in large scales in the construction of buildings and for flooring, roofing and wall cladding.
Slate slabs are used to create a large variety of artifacts that are used in kitchens, living rooms or in gardens.
Slate stone is highly used for wall cladding as it is resistant to all kinds of weather changes and environmental conditions.
www.slate-stone.com   (274 words)

 Slate Roofing Shingles, Unfading, "On-The-Grain"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Our slates have tested ASTM Grade S-1 (highest), are durable (lasting over 75 years), exceptionally strong and hard, have low absorption rates, are dense, acid-, heat- and salt-resistant, extremely resistant to freeze-thaw cycles and fireproof.
There are two issues to consider when specifying roofing slate: 1) the geology and characteristics of the deposit from which the material will be quarried, and 2) the quarrying and fabrication processes of the company that will actually produce the material.
When the blocks of slate are brought to the splitting shed, they're first crosscut against the grain with a diamond wetsaw.
www.vermontstructuralslate.com /slate_roofing.htm   (881 words)

 SLATE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Slate Point, located just south of the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Plant, is believed to be the location of the first quarrying in the area.
The role of a slate miner was a semi-skilled occupation.
Loosening the large slabs of slate from the vertical quarry walls while supported on a platform and removing to the sawer's shanty was risky.
www.jonesgeo.com /slate.htm   (2401 words)

 Roof Slate and Slate Flooring Tile: MarbleMaster
Slate is a fine grained, crystalline rock derived from sediments of clay and fine silt.
Slates vary in composition, structure, and durability because the alteration of the minerals is inconsistent.
Slate tile flooring offers the combination of durability and subtle textures that will enrich almost any room in your house.
www.marblemaster.com /slate   (226 words)

 Slate Language Website
Slate is a prototype-based object-oriented programming language based on Self, CLOS, and Smalltalk-80.
Slate syntax is intended to be as familiar as possible to a Smalltalker, for the clarity of messages as phrases.
Slate is also a "living" environment, and is intended to support the full services that one would expect from an Operating System, including a graphical interface.
slate.tunes.org   (366 words)

 The Tile Shop: Do-It-Yourself- Slate
Slate is a metamorphic stone that forms in sheet-like structures deep below the surface of the earth.
Slate with a fine texture and consistency (“honed” - ground to a smooth, matte finish) is often used for fabricating fireplace surrounds and tabletops.
Some slates are practically non-absorbent due to their density and are frequently selected for floors where resistance to acids is an important factor.
www.tileshop.com /diy/mnt_slate.asp   (989 words)

 Aldon Chemical - Slate Cleaning, Sealing, and Ongoing Care   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Slate has become a term that is used for many types of cut stone.
Indian and Chinese slates are dense and soft, of all colors and variegated colors.
Brazilian slate is typically dense and hard, interesting colors and patterns of color.
www.aldonchem.com /mt-slate.htm   (736 words)

 The Blank Slate Encyclopedia Articles @ CreatedByGod.com (Created by God)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature is a best-selling 2002 book by Steven Pinker arguing against tabula rasa models of psychology, arguing that the human mind is substantially shaped by evolutionary psychological adaptations.
Pinker claims these fears are non sequiturs, and that the blank slate view of human nature would actually be a greater threat if it were true.
He also argues that grounding moral values in claims about a blank slate opens them to possibility of being overturned by future empirical discoveries; and that belief in a blank slate human nature encourages destructive social trends such as persecution of the successful and totalitarian social engineering.
www.createdbygod.com /encyclopedia/The_Blank_Slate   (460 words)

 Slate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Slate is a fine-grained metamorphic rock with perfect cleavage that allows it to split into thin sheets.
Slate is produced by low grade metamorphism, which is caused by relatively low temperatures and pressures.
Slate has been used by man in a variety of ways over the years.
volcano.und.nodak.edu /vwdocs/vwlessons/lessons/Slideshow/Merocks/Merock3.html   (145 words)

 Slate (magazine) - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
Slate is an online news and culture magazine created by Microsoft in 1996 as part of MSN.
Slate's focus and editorial slant is politically liberal, as seen in choice of columnists, choice of topics, position on topics, and featured cartoon: Doonesbury.
During the 2004 U.S. presidential campaign, Slate staff and contributors made a poll among themselves, and a significant majority supported Democratic challenger John Kerry [2].
voyager.in /Slate_(magazine)   (633 words)

 Greenstone Slate
A slate roof simply has no equal in durability, and its natural beauty enhances the aesthetic design of nearly any building with its rich natural color and texture.
Slate is a metamorphic stone and is essentially laminated rock -- which is why it has the ability to be split into slate tiles.
The geological conditions in the Vermont region when its slate was formed, resulted in some of the world's strongest, highest density slate.
www.greenstoneslate.com   (305 words)

 OJR article: Slate, NPR Partnership Could Be More Big Media Than Public Radio
"Slate is a brilliant publication, and I love everything they do," said Bob Garfield, co-host of WNYC's "On the Media" and a former NPR correspondent.
Slate's founding editor, Michael Kinsley, who helped cement the NPR deal and will appear on the show, is married to the Gates Foundation's co-chair and president, Patty Stonesifer.
Slate publisher Cyrus Krohn told me there were plans in the works to offer "cross-media opportunities," where advertisers could underwrite NPR programming and purchase ads on Slate.
www.ojr.org /ojr/glaser/1054676989.php   (1069 words)

 Slate cleaning | cleaning slate | streaks, white marks, stains, discoloration, turned grey, dull, want wet look, non ...
First, the previous owner installed the slate floor in the bathroom with the toilet in place and where there was a gap (any where from a 1/2" to 1") he filled in with colored chalk.
All slate is not the same we quarry vermont slate and all the stuff he speaks about slate does not include Vermont slate It works great in Kitchens, bathrooms, and it can br sealed with natural oils corn vere, ect.
The slate still looks good but i was wondering what should be used for general cleaning and whether it would be advisable to apply more of the finish after a good cleaning.
www.findstone.com /cureslat.htm   (12165 words)

 Slate Magazine – Current events, news, politics, culture, and more.
Slate on Day to Day for the week of June 26.
Slate on Day to Day for the week of June 19.
Slate on Day to Day for the week of May 29.
www.slate.com   (627 words)

 American Livestock Breeds Conservancy: Turkeys: Slate   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-18)
While most early texts state that the Slate turkey originated from a cross of the Black turkey on a white turkey, there is little genetic evidence to support such a conclusion.
The slate gene is a legitimate mutation that arose just as the gene for blue in the Andalusian chicken is the result of an unrecorded mutation.
The Slate or Blue Slate variety is named for its color, which is solid to ashy blue over the entire body, with or without a few fl flecks.
www.albc-usa.org /slate.htm   (437 words)

 Virginia Slate
Specializing in providing premium quality roofing slate, slate flooring and landscaping slate for new slate roofs or for repair of existing slate roofs.
Our slate products are handcrafted the “old world way” to maintain the natural beauty and quality expected and demanded in natural slate – modern machinery can never duplicate that intrinsic beauty.
Free slate samples are available by simply completing our electronic contact form or call one of our knowledgeable representatives.
www.virginiaslate.com   (314 words)

For native English speakers, a "second language" can be the second language of research/teaching, or, for those concentrating on ESL as the subject of research and teaching, any second language.
In order to earn a SLATE certificate, the student's disseration topic must be related to one or more aspects of second language acquisition.
The course requirements in the affiliated units are generally flexible and allow students the freedom to conduct work in specialized subfields tailored to their academic interests in second/foreign language acquisition.
slate.lang.uiuc.edu /require.html   (226 words)

 Clapboard - Clapboard Scene Slate - Film Slate - Scene Slate - Clapboards
The Insert Slate is made to the same specs as the full size slate using tempered hardboard, with a special chalkboard surface.
This Insert Slate is ideal for use during those tight shots where the full size slate is too big.
Even though this is a small slate it is NOT a novelty slate (look to the left for a novelty slate), this is the same Insert Slate that is used all over Hollywood.
www.studio1productions.com /clapboards.htm   (535 words)

 Slate - Jumbo! Desktop Publishing
Slate incorporates all formatting features found in today's word processors- bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, superscript and subscript; font family, size and color change, and centre, left, right and justified paragraph alignment.
Slate also allows for the insertion and manipulation of tables and images into documents.
This makes Slate documents universal, as they can be viewed on just about any platform with a simple web browser- without the need of Slate even being installed.
www.jumbo.com /file/26483.htm   (233 words)

SLATE (Support for the Learning and Teaching of English) seeks to influence public attitudes and policy decisions affecting the teaching of English language arts at local, state, and national levels; to implement and publicize the policies adopted by NCTE; and serves as NCTE’s intellectual freedom network.
SLATE Starter Sheets are short explanations of NCTE positions on a number of educational issues.
SLATE Newsletters are sent electronically to SLATE contributors three times a year.
www.ncte.org /about/issues/slate   (138 words)

 Slate Tiles | Limestone Tiles | Travertine Tiles | Glass Tiles
Universal Slate was established in 1989, with our head office and warehousing located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Our main objective at Universal Slate is to offer a large range of quality slate and other stone products at competitive prices.
Universal Slate is dedicated to offering the largest range of high-quality slate, limestone and travertine while steadfastly expanding our network of distributors and warehousing.
www.universalslate.com   (233 words)

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