Definitions

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  • noun geology The direction in which stratigraphy becomes younger, for a particular formation
  • verb Present participle of young.

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Examples

  • But different parts of the country will be aging at different rates, largely because selective "younging" is going on.

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  • Then you get back to what is enjoyable to read though and younging them up probably goes toward that.

    When the character doesn't fit.

  • Even in a dual 7D and up quasi-static model of the universe fully incorporating the duality of SR/GR/QM and Schwarzschild, it could well be that there is no actua experience of the part of the universe which exists in decreasing thermal and increasing informational entropy (the “younging” “hemisphere”).

    Incompatible Arrows, III: Lewis Carroll

  • Old Pady Lig was having a teck of a hime younging her feedsters.

    The Pee Little Thrigs

  • And of course he's right, but Astro is a charmer, good for casting, good for younging up the demos, etc.

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  • Northward thrusting of the duplexes suggests that subduction was from the northwest to the southeast, a polarity that is consistent with the northward younging of the volcanic arcs of the Ballantrae Complex.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • Northward thrusting of the duplexes suggests that subduction was from the northwest to the southeast, a polarity that is consistent with the northward younging of the volcanic arcs of the Ballantrae Complex.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

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