geologic time scale

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geologic time scale

[¦jē·ə¦läj·ik ′tīm ‚skāl]
(geology)
The relative age of various geologic periods and the absolute time intervals.
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JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES - HURRICANE FORCE (ACE) BACK in the late Fifties and Early Sixties - the golden age of rock 'n' roll, it's amazing just how many instrumental hits there were in the UK singles charts.
From Black Dog to Whole Lotta Love, Stairway To Heaven to Kashmir and much more, Hats OTo Led Zeppelin relive a golden age of rock.
My battlefields were the departments of a Victorian emporium that had somehow survived into the age of ROCK and roll and gave me my first job as a trainee shop assistant at the age of 17.
It was however the latter section of the show that really shook it up with a rapid fire wham bam of gold plated hits with a gloriously rambunctious Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll more than living up to its name quickly followed by All The Way from Memphis and the timeless Bowie-penned classic All The Young Dudes, featuring a cameo from uber fan Joe Elliott from Def Leppard.
Rock and Roll Queen kicked proceedings off, and a near two-hour set built to a fitting crescendo, as Mott tore into The Golden Age of Rock and Roll and All The Way From Memphis with 70s-style verve.
For those who think they were born too late and missed out on the golden age of rock, think again.
THE golden age of rock 'n' roll in Stockton is being remembered through a new book and exhibition at Preston Park Museum.
This is a must-see for devotees of the golden age of rock, as well as an engrossing portrait of a very complex human being.
Produced by the creative team behind Dreamboats and Petticoats, the musical promises to be a candy-coated feel-good show set in the summer of 1963, the golden age of rock 'n' roll.
This year's jukebox concept takes people back to a nostalgic era — the golden age of rock and roll, drive-in diners, and sock hops.
Let's Rip It Up is a rare opportunity to experience at first hand the energy and excitement of the golden age of rock 'n' roll played by the band.