RM2BE10D5–Eoliths from France, Belgium and England. An eolith is a chipped flint nodule. Eoliths were once thought to have been artifacts, the earliest stone tools, but are now believed to be naturally produced by geological processes such as glaciation.
RMBX46MP–Chipped Recycling and Rubbish Bins Outside a Residential Property, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.
RMF76729–Old house, chipped tiles artwork, jamnagar, gujarat, india, asia
RMAP72EN–Chipped tree prunings will be used to mulch underneath established shrubs and around herbaceous plants
RMCXXE2C–Reading of chip, chipped horse and chip reader, North Tyrol, Austria, Europe
RFANX86Y–New electronic passport with old canceled non chipped version
RM2B13MA2–cuban green woodpecker (Xiphidiopicus percussus), male throws chipped wood out of the cave, Cuba
RM2BJ08MR–The chipped potatoes, or chips, is one of Britain's great favourites and are sent down from the vegetable kitchen raw to be fried on the various restaurant floors immediately before serving. - undated
RMJY12X8–Peeling paintwork and chipped masonry on the stairwell on the Elizabeth Tower, ahead of the bell ceasing to ring on Monday, at the Palace of Westminster, London.
RMB0R2BM–Pink stool wooden old chipped paint
RM2B9N1PK–PUNTA ARENAS, CHILE, DECEMBER 1992 - Worker on huge pile of freshly chipped Chilean wood, for shipment to Japan.
RFC8EEF5–broken old Native American chipped obsidian stone tool
RM2B0EDYN–Chipped, deformed clog of bronze., clog, metal, bronze, length: 4 cm, Netherlands, Utrecht, Bunnik, Fighting
RMPCA8RJ–Eggs Benedict with chipped beef and homestyle potatoes at The Dutch restaurant in Philadelphia
RM2CAXW4Y–Warning notices that horses are micro chipped and can be traced and that they are under cctv surveillance.
RMHGBW43–Workers packing chipped beef, 1910.
RMJ3WW8P–USA Virginia Creamed Chipped Beef on Toast at the Blue Talon Bistro in Williamsburg
RFR9E88P–Chipped peeling paint detail.
RM2BE0HWB–Eoliths from France, Belgium and England. An eolith is a chipped flint nodule. Eoliths were once thought to have been artifacts, the earliest stone tools, but are now believed to be naturally produced by geological processes such as glaciation.
RMGF70G5–Two of the four three week old lion cubs before they given a health check at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling. The cubs were weighed, sexed, wormed and chipped during this first health check.
RMA93T5P–heap of chipped wood
RME74HMX–Chipped stucco on brick wall
RMCN16XW–Red Mug Chipped On The Rim
RM2BDYA2Y–Eoliths from France, Belgium and England
RM2E0HY42–Chipped Terracotta flower pot with takings inside money from the sale of vegetables in between two wicker baskets
RFG360FR–Old chipped brick wall pattern for background
RMGF70K1–Keeper Brian Reid carries the four three week old lion cubs before they given a health check at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling. The cubs were weighed, sexed, wormed and chipped during this first health check.
RMCN16XX–Red Mug Chipped On The Rim and Broken Handle
RM2BDY9P3–Manmade Flint Tools
RMEEX0ER–Old abandoned metal hatch with chipped paint
RM2GAYBWT–A stack of bags of Premier Large Chipped Bark in a garden centre, for dressing plant beds to retain moisture and discourage weeds.
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