idiomorphic


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idiomorphic

[¦id·ē·ō¦mȯr·fik]
(petrology)
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Given the pervasiveness of Australian tariff policy, the significant welfare implications of changes in that policy and the particular importance of international trade for this country, ensuing from its idiomorphic cultural, resource-endowment, and geographic characteristics, (5) considerable research effort has been invested in the examination of various dimensions of this issue.
Euphoria hit me in the nearby mineralogy collection, chunk by idiomorphic chunk.