from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In petrography, dominantly polic. Used in the quantitative classification (see rock), to describe divisions of igneous rocks in which polic minerals (normative pyroxene, olivin, aker-manite) are dominant over mitic minerals (magnetite, ilmenite, titanite) within the limits .
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