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conformable

[kən′fȯr·mə·bəl]
(geology)
Pertaining to the contact of an intrusive body when it is aligned with the internal structures of the intrusion.
Referring to strata in which layers are formed above one another in an unbroken, parallel order.
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The Paleocene Kabalar Formation is conformably overlain by the Eocene Daghacilar Formation, which is composed of red-coloured marl with intercalated sandstone.
The provision in s 19(7) permits the restriction of control orders so as not unreasonably to burden freedom of political communication; the power of the Supreme Court to make a control order should be construed conformably with the implied freedom so as to render reviewable for error any particular order which exceeded the limit of the implied freedom.
The Caratas Formation (Figure 2) lays conformably over the shale of Late Cretaceous Vidono Formation.
The XC PLC's circuit boards are conformably coated to protect against moisture ingress and the unit is protected against vibration and shock, tolerating mechanical stress such as accelerations up to 4 g from random vibrations up to 500 Hz, or 2 g from sinusoidal vibration.
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The quarry mined the various subfacies of the Late Campanian-Paleocene-aged limestone, which appears as red-grey-colored limestone intercalated with claystone, sandstone and marl, conformably overlying the Late Santonian-Early Campanian volcanics (Ercikdi, 2004; Karaman, 2011).
He ought to obtain right and justice freely, and without being obliged to purchase it; completely, and without any denial; promptly, and without delay; conformably to the laws.
Such a technology will allow rapid fabrication of metamaterial conformably on any objects, in-situ making metamaterial-based practical devices possible.
The army has asked for a popular mandate and can conformably claim that it has received one.
What makes "New Day's" sluggish start particularly painful is that the show falls so conformably within Zucker's area of expertise.
In consequence he feels inclined to abridge the process of deliberation, and to act today conformably to the determination of yesterday.
The implication of rational expectations that a credible rule for monetary policy would shape the inflationary expectations of the public conformably with that rule appeared like an abstraction devoid of real-world relevance.