Beer and Seaton - Geological Field Guide by Ian West
He wasn't named Norm, [but he] was always going to have just one beer, and then one appearance on the show—as a love interest of Cliff's—in season three. What is fact is that the iconic landmark inspired Irving Cliff Brewery, copy of his beer menu that features old photos of previous owners dating. While he's considered a dating expert, Harrison admits he's not terribly knowledgeable about beer. He's not picky either. When asked about his.
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The greatest fear of men is that they won't live up to their expectations. The actor replied that Cliff would describe himself as the " wingnut that holds Western civilization together"; however, Ratzenberger said he would describe Cliff simply as "a winged nut".
When McLaughlin asked Ratzenberger if there was any part of him in Cliff, the actor replied that although he was interested in fascinating facts the only part of Cliff in him was that they both wear white socks.
Cliff appeared in episodes of Cheers between and Role[ edit ] Cliff is a postal workerand Norm Peterson 's best friend. He lives with his mother, Esther Clavin Frances Sternhagen —first in his childhood two-story house which was bulldozed in 's "The Last Angry Mailman" after Esther sold it to a convenience-store builderand then in a condominium which first appears in the season 6 episode "My Fair Clavin" with a sofabed.
He is ridiculed by friends and enemies alike, including Carla Rhea Perlman and Norm, for his know-it-all attitude. He appears on Jeopardy! Cliff has a few relationships mostly short-lived and hopeless with women, though his attempts to impress other women bound to fail.
Then he has a relationship with fellow postal worker Margaret O'Keefe Annie Goldenwhich begins during Cheers' seventh season — When Margaret becomes pregnant with another man's child in 's "Do Not Forsake Me O My Postman", Cliff stays by her side as the baby's stepfather before Margaret returns to the child's biological father. Dick O'Neillwho left Cliff and his mother years earlier when Cliff was still a child.
Cliff later realizes that his father is a fraudster and a fugitive from justice, and will run off again. At the Beer Stone quarries it is a major unit. The diagrams given here should make the matter relatively clear. Note regarding the correlation diagrams above.
The upper of the two correlation diagrams above is based on Hart in Durrance and Laming However, Jarvis and Woodroof show a rather different pattern in their scheme shown immediately above the text. Their terminology is also shown here. The Hooken Member is dominant until East Ebb is reached. At Whitecliff the Little Beach Member is the thickest of a thin sequence. The Cenomanian Lower Chalk is very peculiar at Beer, and quite different from that at most localities in southern England.
It is locally reduced to a thin, cream-coloured bed, with glauconite grains. This bed is less than a metre thick at the harbour or beach of Beer. The reduction in thickness is the result of a local penecontemporaneous high or line of uplift, trending SSW through Beer village and Beer Head see diagram and map above.
It is not often in southern England that much evidence of tectonic movement during the Cenomanian is seen, so this is a feature of special importance. This is Lower and Middle Cenomanian in part and is.
It is a hard white or greyish massive limestone containing grains of quartz and glauconite, either more or less uniformIy scattered throughout the bed, or concentrated in horizontal, inclined and bifurcating streaks or as patches filling the interstices between blocks of limestone.
These localised concentrations of calcareous greensand become increasingly frequent towards the top of the bed and many of them appear to consist of sediment carried down from the Orbirhynchia Band Pinnacles Member into complex burrow systems.
These members are of Lower Cenomanian age and total. Originally two subdivisions were recognised by Smith etc: The top is usually an irregular, brownish, phosphatised,locally burrowed, erosion-surface, firmIy welded to the base of the Little Beach Member Division B. Pebbles of limestone, many of which are phosphatised, are often associated with the erosion-surface.
The Hooken Member A2 is much more widespread than the older subdivision, the Pounds Pool Member, A1 and frequently rests directly on the Upper Greensand, as at the west side of Beer Beach see photographs above. The Pounds Pool Member differs from the Hooken Member in containing more frequent and coarser grains and even small pebbles of quartz. A special feature at the base is the occurrence of abundant, very large, coral-like bryozoa Ceriopora ramulosa.
This part is Upper Albian and possibly Lower Cenomanian. It is about 2.
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It consists of massive or closely jointed yellowish or grey sandy calcarenite. It is a blocky deposit including subangular to subrounded and disturbed joint-controlled blocks locally present at the top. Especially on the west side of Beer Beach crevices and fissures are filled with several lithologically distinct sandy and glauconitic calcareous sediments which may be silicified.
Chert Beds These are of about 21 metres in thickness. They are of very variable lithology, and include yellow and greyish calcarenites containing very little quartz.
There is a varying proportion of bivalve shell fragments; the latter are usually silicified and may display rings of beekite annular chalcedony on their surfaces.
There are lenticular accumulations of ellipsoidal intraclasts. Beds containing rounded doggers sometimes occur and have ill-defined transitional margins.
There are seams and lenticles of glauconitic greensand at several horizons. Courses or irregularly shaped nodules of massive black chert inside a porous cream-coloured cortex of varying thickness cored chert are usually abundant.
Irregular slabby masses of yellow or brown chert with no cortex also occur. The chert sometimes contains geodes lined with mammillated chalcedony or glistening euhedral quartz these are not evaporite-type geodes of quartz, common in certain other formations.