firestone

  1. a piece of flint that is struck to light a fire
  2. a sandstone that withstands intense heat; used to line fireplaces and furnaces and kilns

Firestone

[LACMTA station] Photo of Mervyn Warren by Courtney Barron. ...
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firestone

[n] - a piece of flint that is struck to light a fire 2. [n] - a sandstone that withstands intense heat
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Firestone

Fire'stone` noun [ Anglo-Saxon fȳrstān flint; fȳr fire + stān stone.] 1. Iron pyrites, formerly used for striking fire; also, a flint. 2. A stone which will bear the heat of a furnace without injury; -- especially applied to the sandston...
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Firestone

• (n.) Iron pyrites, formerly used for striking fire; also, a flint. • (n.) A stone which will bear the heat of a furnace without injury; -- especially applied to the sandstone at the top of the upper greensand in the south of England, used for lining kilns and furnaces.
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Firestone

[Los Angeles Metro station] Firestone is a station on the Los Angeles County Metro Blue Line. The Manchester/I-110 Station of the Metro Silver Line is located around 3 miles west of the station (at the intersection of Manchester Avenue and the I-110 Freeway). The station has an island platform on the Blue Line right-of-way alongside Graham ...
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Firestone

[surname] Firestone is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ==Harvey Firestone family== ==Others== ...
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