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seriate

[′sir·ē‚āt]
(geology)
Having crystals that vary gradually in size.
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The Lucerne pluton is predominantly comprised of a coarse-grained seriate hornblende, biotite granite with megacrystic feldspar crystals.
They like to identify, classify, seriate and categorize.
In other news, Bluewater convinced the US Seriate to pass a resolution banning the use of the toxic fuel additive MTBE.
They should start with a hypothesis and then seriate their trials to come to a conclusion.
Subjacent to this layer is a discrete subepidermal zone of parenchyma which is 3-6 cells seriate.
Ali Seriate, Ben Ali's former head of security, is also among the group.
Three facies have been defined: 1, outermost coarse-grained seriate facies; 2, porphyritic medium to fine-grained facies; 3, innermost fine-grained equigranular facies (phenocrysts rare to absent).
By having children place five graduated-size cookie monsters and cookies into five cookie jars, they can create relationships between objects, seriate (arranging objects in order from largest to smallest) and establish one-to-one correspondence (placing one cookie and one monster in each cookie jar).
Features that the authors used to seriate the LKFS temples, and that presumably inform on the construction date, were shown at Kane'ald Heiau to be architectural components that might be added during a later remodelling stage.
The intrusion is chiefly comprised of medium- to coarse-grained, megacrystic biotite granite containing alkali feldspar phenocrysts up to 4 cm long (Lutes 1979) but also contains medium-grained, seriate granodiorite.