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Note: this article was speedily deleted while Snoyes was in the process of adding the vfd tag to it. Therefore the page history has been lost. The original edit was by User: -- Graham  :) | Talk 23:00, 20 Mar 2004 (UTC)

But, what is it?[edit]

OK, so it apparantly was used in an archaic (1911) description of Scottish rocks. But, I have no clue what it is. A google search gives a couple hundred hits - the first 100 are to the wiki article, the list of rocks article or scores of mirrors & scams of wiki. No real definition or independent usage to be seen. Does anyone know what the term calcflinta was supposed to mean. Seems to have survived a deletion attempt earlier - why I don't know. Essentially meaningless term to me. I wait to be enlightened :-) Vsmith 00:50, 25 August 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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