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Foliated

Adorned with foils, as on tracery; decorated with a conventionalized representation of leafage, applied to capitals, friezes, panels, or other ornamental moldings.

foliated

foliated, 2: capital
foliated, 1: arches
1. Adorned with foils, as on tracery.
2. Decorated with conventionalized leafage, often applied to capitals or moldings.
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The Grease River Shear Zone separates the Train Lake Domain from the intensely foliated granitic to pelitic diatexite of the Tantato Domain.
crosscuts parallel to the foliation of the intensely foliated and sheared
10 French Village Quartz xenoliths of marble, quartzite and Diorite gneiss; dioritic enclaves; locally 537 [+ or -] 2 Ma [5] foliated and porphyritic.
In it they develop a variety of aspects of analysis and geometry on foliated spaces applicable to many contexts, dealing with the topics of locally traceable operators, tangential cohomology, transverse measures, characteristics classes, operator algebras, pseudodifferential operators, and the index theorem.
All drill holes intersected significant thicknesses of alteration and mineralization hosted in foliated granitoid and mafic volcanic rocks.
Printed 4/0 color, size job, 2 preperforated, foliated (sample attached)
86 meters at an inclination of -45 degrees and encountered a series of quartz stock-work veins from surface to a down-hole depth of 32 meters hosted within foliated felsic volcanic.
1 to 1 metre, included in strongly foliated, biotite altered and arsenopyrite bearing sediments.
There must be thick vegetation, high grass and foliated bushes for does to hide their newborns in, as well as lush plants to stimulate milk production.
After optimizing the parameters, this approach enables the required microstructures, which are composed of fine martensite and foliated retained austenite, to be created.
The area is comprised of foliated granitoids, basement gneisses, mylonitic rocks, and high-grade metasediments (Godfrey, 1966), known as the Charles Lake granitoid belt.
The mineralized zone consists of quartz-pyrite stockwork and silicified zone(s) that are hosted within a foliated, mixed mafic volcanic and intrusive unit at or adjacent to granite rocks.