Graphic Texture


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graphic texture

[′graf·ik ‚teks·chər]
(geology)
A pattern of rocks that is similar to cuneiform characters.

Graphic Texture

 

the texture, of igneous rock, that results from the regular intergrowth of quartz and feldspar. The inter-growths resemble ancient letters, such as those of the Hebrew alphabet.

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