It was a dark night, and the ride seemed endless as the oxen moved slowly on through the red-clay mire.
From the "fire-bag" hanging from his waist he produced a red-clay bowl such as the natives use, and a bundle of new reed stems.
It occurred to him that he, Burl, had killed a hunting spider—a tarantula—upon the red-clay cliff.
A battery was planted at each house, and we could see the lines of red-clay parapets marking the sites.
He, Burl, had killed a hunting-spider upon the red-clay cliff.
Crystals of zeolites (phillipsite) form in the red-clay as radiate, nodular groups.
He had climbed to the top of a red-clay mound perhaps a hundred feet high.
Another type of red-clay is found in caves, and is known as cave-earth or red-earth (terra rossa).
Big Wolf removed the long-stemmed, red-clay pipe from his lips and held it out to the newcomer.
I prefer a porous, red-clay subsoil, and a northeast or east aspect.