bostonite


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bostonite

[′bȯs·tə‚nīt]
(petrology)
A rock with coarse trachytic texture formed almost wholly of albite and microcline and with accessory pyroxene.
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Asked about her future plans, Bostonite Grout, who holds a bachelor's degree in classical singing from McGill University, said she is going to perform at the opening ceremony of a karate championship later this month and will sing at an Egyptian wedding.
5 million engagement ring and quickly transformed from a scruffy Bostonite to polished Ken doll.
potassium-rich bostonite dykes are also commonly present.
Ronnie's was packed out with jazz-rock aficionados, though Bostonite guitarist Stern manages to circumnavigate most of the taste mistakes made within his given genre.
In Clinton, people like being called Clintonians, much like the Bostonites like being called Bostonians or Beantownians.
Bostonites simply enjoy being home for the holidays.
But only 36 percent of Bostonites cite finances as a reason for staying put.
In 1992, the Bostonites starred in "School Ties" and in 1997 they penned the uplifting drama "Good Will Hunting.