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- adv. As part of a geologic process.
- adv. Concerning geology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a geological manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a geological manner; as regards geology.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to geology
County, which permits only one living unit per forty acres in geologically hazardous areas, probably has the strictest such ordinances in the country.
And when you shackle that river and run it out to the continental shelf of the Gulf of Mexico through levees, the river no longer floods and a natural consequence of that is what is what 's called geologically subsidence.
They do exist, ladies and germs, and they all happen to be within 6 blocks of one another. unfortunately, that 6 block cluster was 7 blocks cross and 30 blocks up from us, which we had to overcome in what could only be described as geologically slow traffic.
From these facts it is apparent that the carbon series is graded geologically, that is, by the lapse of time during which plant-tissue has been subjected to this natural and spontaneous distillation.
These monuments, therefore, whether of stone or bronze, belong to what I have termed geologically the Recent period, the definition of which some may think rather too dependent on negative evidence, or on the non-discovery hitherto of extinct mammalia, such as the mammoth, which may one day turn up in a fossil state in some of the oldest peaty deposits, as indeed it is already said to have done at some spots, though I have failed as yet to obtain authentic evidence of the fact.
This is a very big country, with huge differences geologically and culturally, and expats live all over it in different circumstances.
Because they say the best places to go to look for that are areas that are geologically or were geologically active, but those are kind of dangerous because they've got gulleys and ravines, and you can't have robots like the Mars Rovers explore them because they just haven't had a great track record of that.
Landscapes are dynamic, ecologically, geologically and climatically, and they haven't been "pristine" (in the sense of "untouched by human impacts") in North America for about 11,500 years.
Four giant computer-interfaced pendulums swing and create sounds towards the end, on songs such as the geologically themed "Mutual Core".
Some companies, including Chesapeake, say it is geologically similar to some of the country's most prolific reservoirs.
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