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  • adjective Alternative form of Pliocene.
  • proper noun Alternative form of Pliocene.

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Examples

  • And to prove it, pictures from that era, which was just past the Pleiocene ...

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • But until platyops we had but one ancestor in the middle Pleiocene, 3.5 million years ago: Lucy and her afarensis kin.

    The New Old Man

  • We can tell from examination of rock strata that certain layers of rock were laid down at certain periods of time the Pleiocene, the Cambrian and so on, and in those strata there are fossils of all sorts of different life-forms.

    SOL #1.2: the claim of evolution

  • We can tell from examination of rock strata that certain layers of rock were laid down at certain periods of time the Pleiocene, the Cambrian and so on, and in those strata there are fossils of all sorts of different life-forms.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • The Pleiocene had ended that, with millions of years of drought.

    Ringworld

  • The Pleiocene had ended that, with millions of years of drought.

    Ringworld

  • Several of the clay-beds may be seen by the side of the road leading up northwards from Vallauris; but the best and richest strata, all of the Pleiocene period, are in that valley near the spot where this road meets the road to Antibes.

    The South of France—East Half

  • Alps, whence descend fertile wooded ridges composed of a reddish conglomerate and a gray-blue clay of the Pleiocene period.

    The South of France—East Half

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