Her father built a successful business and the family lives in an $800,000 sandstone house in a posh Glasgow suburb.
The sandstone and marl cliffs which enclose it become gradually lower as one goes downward.
It is described in the Journal's list of exhibits as a "sandstone" ball.
The mountains on the left are composed of slate-marl, and not sandstone, as before stated by myself and Dr. Oudney.
The beauty of the Sienese contado is clearly on the sandstone, not upon the clay.
Of the five standing stones the largest of the set, No. 1, is a sandstone slab between 576 feet in height and in breadth.
The figures, like the whole building, are of Heibronn sandstone.
In the sandstone formation atop the butte is a cave formed by wind and water erosion.
The minerals are lime and sandstone, and extensive beds of coal, and shale.
This last oratory consists of two chambers hewn out of the sandstone cliffs of that exposed coast.
A medium-grained sedimentary rock consisting of fine to coarse sand-sized grains that have been either compacted or cemented together by a material such as silica, iron oxide, or calcium carbonate. Although sandstone usually consists primarily of quartz, it can also consist of other minerals, and it can vary in color from yellow or red to gray or brown.