from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to crystals or crystallization: as, crystallic force.
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My voice came back in mid-scream, jagged against the dimpled diamond and titanium glass of the crystallic cryo-bed.
In crystallic materials, the atoms form regular lattices, which greatly facilitates the theoretical treatment.
Just the foil which beauty -- especially the crystallic beauty of architecture -- needs has been given by this hazy, mellowing atmosphere.
But crystallic beauty or cut and polished gems of thought, the result of the reflex rather than the direct action of the mind, we do not expect to find in the best poems, though they may be most prized by specially intellectual persons.
It was finally proved to be so; and the most complicated cases of magne-crystallic action were immediately shown to be simple mechanical consequences of the principle of diamagnetic polarity.
By such instances and the reasoning which they suggested, magne-crystallic action was proved to be due, not to the operation of new forces, but to the modification of the old ones by molecular arrangement.