All metal means that you will be digging a lot of junk targets. Barber — The Barber dime (named for its designer, Charles E. Often associated with “old school” detectorists who don’t want to give up their machine.
black dirt — Organically-rich dirt common in very old sites, especially in the Eastern US. black sand — Iron particles that are so small they look like sand.
Xoli gave the signal, and the soul of the Chalcan girl broke forth in motion.
The New York has seen the signal, and will not be slow in making out the cause.
He reached for the signal rockets he had brought at the rear admiral's order.
So while it is already a ranking signal, it appears it won’t be additionally applied to the mobile ranking signal as well. I’d love it if the relic hunters would chime in with what’s missing ([email protected]) and I’ll add it in. I’ve collected up (and will continually update) this list of metal detecting lingo.At SMX West earlier this year, Illyes mentioned the page speed factor, but only that it was using the desktop speed values and not mobile.So SEOs working on ensuring a site is mobile friendly by the deadline won’t need to also emphasize getting the desktop page speed down at the same time.
I don't know about you guys, but I hardly ever meet guys in regular life situations.