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jet ship

The PORT-SIDE: is shaped in form of a nutshell (lune). It shows some remnants of the orange-red glaze. One of these is a big hot-spot of reddish (possibly iron-bearing) varnish. Upon all the seven levelled planes of the stoneware can be found traces of this warpaint. (Oct 16th)


shuttle 2.v.t ~ sth. backwards and forwards, ~ passengers about 3.v.i. commute

jet aeroplane/aircraft/plane; jet power plant; jet engine = Düsentriebwerk

puddle a small pool of liquid, especially of rainwater on the ground 2. clay and sand mixed with water and used as a watertight covering for embankments

3. Rowing a circular patch of disturbed water made by the blade of an oar at each stroke

verb 1 wet or cover (a surface) with water, especially rainwater

puddling chiefly historical stir (molten iron) with iron oxide in a furnace, to produce wrought iron by oxidizing carbon

ORIGIN Middle English: diminutive of Old English pudd 'ditch, furrow', compare with German dialect 'Pfuhl' pool

puddle jumper informal, chiefly N. Amer. a small light aeroplane which is fast and highly manoeuvrable and used for short trips.


More informations concerning this unique stoneware-arc, you may find at:

----> ◄─ dart ─ missile ─ ─►Thor's thunderbolt~serpent☈“ingot” ─►Freya's dildo☥“βαυβών” ─►Odin's ferry~boat▼“discovery” ▐►▬magic▬perplexing▬tool▬◄▌ ──►hilted hammer,wedge,dagger ──►hafted seax (saxon knife), saw ♦sacred♦adamant♦stoneware♦artifact♦

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Taken on October 16, 2007