rudite

rudite

[′rü‚dīt]
(geology)
A sedimentary rock composed of fragments coarser than sand grains.
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Dominant classes for GEO arc (predominantly Siluro-Devonian) igneous felsic intrusive, igneous felsic volcanic, (Adaminaby Group) marine sedimentary siliciclastic, sedimentary siliciclastic (includes Siluro-Devonian rift basin, Permo-Triassic Sydney Basin and Cenozoic sediments), and to a lesser extent igneous mafic volcanic (Cenozoic basalts) and quartz-rich arenite to rudite (includes Siluro-Devonian rift basin and Permo-Triassic Sydney Basin sediments).
Zalkalns had previously served seven years for murdering his wife Rudite in Latvia but UK authorities are thought to have had no record of that conviction.
It is not known if she was referring to Zalkalns' ex-wife Rudite, who he bludgeoned and stabbed to death in his home country in 1997.
The convicted killer, who was found hanged soon after Alice's body was discovered in the River Brent in London, was allowed to enter the UK in 2007 despite having served seven years for murdering his wife Rudite in his homeland.
Zalkalns, who had previously served seven years for murdering his wife Rudite in his native Latvia, was found hanged in nearby Boston Manor Park on October 4.
Zalkalns, jailed in Latvia for seven years for bludgeoning and stabbing to death his wife Rudite, was the prime suspect in the wake of Alice's disappearance on August 28.
He served seven years in prison in his native country for bludgeoning and stabbing his wife Rudite to death.
He had served seven years in prison in Latvia for bludgeoning and stabbing his wife Rudite to death.
Zalkalns, 41, from Latvia, had confessed to attacking his wife Rudite with a steel pole and eight-inch knife, in 1998.
The force has come under fire for taking four days to ask Latvian authorities for help in finding killer Arnis Zalkalns, who served seven years in prison after he was convicted of bludgeoning and stabbing his wife Rudite Zalkalns to death in his native country.
Detectives have said that Zalkalns, who was convicted of bludgeoning and stabbing his wife Rudite Zalkalns to death in Latvia and served seven years in prison, was also arrested on suspicion of indecently assaulting a 14-year-old girl in 2009, but no further action was taken.
The abrasion is very strong in the presence of big and hard enough rudite fragments (essentially above 2 mm).