Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of geology.
“Parties of a town: The butchery, The cause-way, The sink, The obeli-sk, The low eating house, The prison, geol.”
“He has three appendices on “science” which are full of typical YEC howlers or a non-literal interpretation of the ninth commandment such as that radiometric dating is done only on igneous rcoks and cant be done on sedimentary rocks, circular reasoning on geol dating from evolution.”
“In the 1830's and 1840's geol - ogy challenged the book of Genesis, though progressive”
“Materialien zu einer Geologic der Balkan-halbinsel," _Jahr.k. -k. geol.”
“S.geol. survey, 5th an.rep. _ 335-339 and _18th an.rep., part”
“N.C. geol. survey 1891-93; surveyed and pub. map of Alamance co. 1893-94; teacher Moody, Tex., 1895-96; road supt. and engr.”
“Engineering and Mining Journal 1920-23; fellow geol.soc. of Am.; mem.soc. of economic geologists (sec. -treas. 1921); mem.”
“N.C. geol. and econ. survey 1920-21; instr. and student Cornell univ. 1922 -; corp. 323rd inf. 81st div.”
“N.C. geol. and economic survey 1909-11; highway engr.”
“Emilie Rose Smedes, Nov. 1, 1909; farmer, 1888-1902; civil service as forest asst. 1905-07; forest examiner 1907-09; forester N.C. geol. and econ. survey 1909 -; state forester 1915 -; Episcopalian.”
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