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Denbigh Flint Complex

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flint glass

flint mine

Flint Run Complex

flint scatter

George Dawson Flinter (1801—1838) army officer in the Spanish service

George Flint (fl. c. 1704—1760) printer and political writer

John Flint South (1797—1882) surgeon

Josiah Flint Willard (1869—1907)

Kate Flint

McGuinness Flint

Mr Flint

Robert Flint (1838—1910) philosopher and theologian

Shelby Flint

Sir William Russell Flint (1880—1969) artist

Sit-down Strike, Flint.

Thomas P. Flint

Timothy Flint (1780—1840)

Union Flint Glass Co


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Variety of chert, which occurs commonly as nodules and bands in chalk. It is deposited in the porous, permeable structures of sponge, diatom, and echinoid skeletons and also in burrows.

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