Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Lake Huron.

Etymologies

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Huron +‎ -ian

Examples

  • When Sir William Logan was making the original survey he called this the Laurentian formation, and when he continued his explorations he found this great formation which he called the Huronian, because it belted the North shore of Lake Huron, and when that formation is traced to the north we see it running to the interior of the great north country.

    The Undeveloped Mineral Resources of Canada

  • Captain America & The Avengers are ™ and © DC ComicsRef: Biomarkers from Huronian oil-bearing fluid inclusions: An uncontaminated record of life before the Great Oxidation Event.

    Life Survived Snowball Earth

  • In the construction of dams for Huronian Company's power development in

    Concrete Construction Methods and Costs

  • The International Nickel Company distributed $3,881,524.00, and, in addition, the Mond Nickel Company and The Huronian Belt Company paid to their shareholders in Great Britain substantial amounts derived from the Northern mines.

    Mineral Wealth of Canada

  • The Huronian Belt Company-or interests connected therewith-control such Canadian companies as the Keeley Silver Mines, the Vipond Consolidated, and the Canadian Lorrain, but these, it must be understood, are Canadian companies, not British.

    Mineral Wealth of Canada

  • The only British companies deriving their revenue from Canadian mines which are at the moment dividend-payers are the Mond Nickel Company and the Huronian Belt Company.

    Mineral Wealth of Canada

  • Take the men in Canada who built the Canadian Pacific Railway, who flung that thin line of steel across the up -, heaved masses of Huronian and Laurentian rock, across the triple barrier of the Rockies.

    The Fallacy of Nationalism

  • We have it again in the Huronian belt, although silver has been a new development in the Huronian within the last few years.

    The Undeveloped Mineral Resources of Canada

  • We find, then, that we have in these great Huronian areas undoubtedly additional deposits of nickel and copper similar to Sudbury, and as we get to the north there will be, in all likelihood, a whole crop of Cobalts as time goes on.

    The Undeveloped Mineral Resources of Canada

  • If we come to the subject of nickel we have, as your Provincial Mineralogist can tell you, great deposits in the Huronian belt.

    The Undeveloped Mineral Resources of Canada

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