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The use of the word “coke” in this article was chosen for two specific reasons: (1) “coke” is not defined as a soil anywhere in Chapter 285, and (2) because “coke” means so many different things to so many different people – especially people from outside of Texas.

(INSERT PUBLISHED ARTICLE BY JEFF SNOWDEN ON SOIL CLASSIFICATION)

If we changed the word “coke” to “caliche”, some of you would have agreed with the paragraph while others would have disagreed, and still others wouldn't know exactly what is meant by “caliche”.



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