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BARTON, Glenys (born 1944), Sculptor (clay/bronze/porcelain/bone china)

Can the magnetic susceptibility record of Chinese Red Clay sequence be used for palaeomonsoon reconstructions?

KEAY, John (1894 - 1964), President, English China Clays Ltd (Chm., 1947–63); Director, English Clays Lovering Pochin & Co. Ltd (Man. Dir, 1937–60; Chm., 1953–63)

DENNISON, Stanley Richard (1930 - 2002), Group Chief Executive, ECC Group (formerly English China Clays) plc, 1988–90

McLAREN, Martin (1914 - 1979), Director: English China Clays Ltd, since 1973; Archway Unit Trust Managers Ltd, since 1973

NORMAN, Willoughby Rollo (1909 - 1997), Hon. President, The Boots Co. Ltd, since 1972 (Chairman, 1961–72); Deputy Chairman, English China Clays Ltd

HARTY, Bernard Peter (born 1943), Chairman, Imerys (UK) Pension Fund (formerly English China Clay Pension Fund), 2000–08

Palaeclimatic significance of the Xiantai fluvio-lacustrine sequence in the Nihewan Basin (North China), based on rock magnetic properties and clay mineralogy

BOLITHO, Simon Edward (1916 - 1991), JP; DL; Director: Barclays Bank, 1959–86; English China Clays, 1963–86; Vice-Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall, since 1970

McLaren, Charles Melville (1913 - 2003), JP, President: John Brown & Co. Ltd, 1978–85 (Director, 1939–85; Chairman, 1953–78); English China Clays Ltd, since 1984 (Director, 1935–87; Chairman, 1963–84); President, Royal Horticultural Society, 1961–84, then President Emeritus

HELDER, Augustus (1827 - 1906), MP (C) Whitehaven, 1895–1906; solicitor; Director of The Graphic, Daily Graphic, and Bystander; also of the Whitehaven Joint-Stock Bank; Joseph Robinson & Co., Cement Works; St Helen’s Colliery, Siddick; Chairman of Wyndham Mining Co.; Bodelva and Lantern China Clay Cos

 

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A fine, pure clay which is non‐plastic and takes the form of a white powdery material made by the chemical decomposition of feldspar in granite. Also known as kaolin.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Earth Sciences and Geography.


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