Chalk in a sentence

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How to use chalk in a sentence. Chalk pronunciation.

Here it was that Mr. Herbert Fellingham found Annette, a chalk- block for her chair, and a mound of chalk-rubble defending her from the keen-tipped breath of the east, now and then shadowing the smooth blue water, faintly, like reflections of a flight of gulls.
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There are sometimes different contiguous and parallel escarpments- those, for example, of the greensand and chalk- which are so near each other, and occasionally so similar in altitude, that we can not imagine any existing archipelago if converted into dry land to present a like outline.
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Even without the aid of organic remains we might have decided that the deposit was newer than the chalk, for chalk- flints containing cretaceous fossils were detected by the duke in the principal mass of volcanic ashes or tuff.
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It has been very generally admitted by conchologists that out of a hundred species of this tribe occurring fossil in the Upper Chalk- one, and one only, Terebratulina striata, is still living, being thought to be identical with Terebratula caput-serpentis.
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Upper chalk:- chalk marl of Pyrenees?
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It is this sort of thing which makes the stay-at-home cultivated chalk- fishing as much harder work than mountain angling, as a gallop over a stiffly enclosed country is harder than one over an open moor.
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A yellow dun kills sometimes marvellously on chalk- streams, and always upon rocky ones.
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I said just now that I had proof that a great tract of the chalk- hills which are now bare, was once covered with sand and gravel.
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Examples of Chalk

Example #1
Infants are said to have their ideas, and why not young ladies?
Example #2
The sun that shines there on a day of frost wraps you as in a mantle.
Example #3
How well these agree, both in their positive and negative characters, with the theory of their deep subterranean origin, the student will be able to judge by considering the descriptions already given.
Example #4
Hence the production at great depths of a class of rocks analogous to the volcanic, and yet differing in many particulars, might have been predicted, even had we no Plutonic formations to account for.
Example #5
Subsidence of land must preponderate over upheaval.
Example #6
The tufaceous envelope of the fossils may have fallen into the lake from the air as volcanic dust, or have been washed down into it as mud from the adjoining land.