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vug

[vəg]
(petrology)
A small cavity in a vein or rock usually lined with minerals differing in composition from those of the enclosing rock. Also known as bughole.

vug

A pit-like natural cavity in stone, usually between a small fraction of an inch and a few inches in diameter; may be lined with crystals or layers of mineral materials; most common in dolomite, limestone, and marble.
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Millimetre--scale laminations, small centimetre-sized voids/ vugs and caves of up to tens of centimetres wide and 1 to 2 metres high are also predominantly conspicuously displayed on the outcrops (Figure 4).
Thus, when blue was designated for the control of symmetry (and red for asymmetry), and the experimenter said "vug" in the presence of the blue cue, a correct response involved selecting the VUG card (symmetry).
Actual implementations may differ from sample to sample depending on the underlying primordial textures, crystallite size distributions, type of crystallites, location and type of vugs etc.
Based on one of the most recognized electronic entertainment icons, After Dark: Flying Toaster is VUG Mobile's first 2006 entry into the casual gaming arena.
11) Harris likens Qfwfq to structuralism and Vug to post-structuralism; Antonello makes the equation "Qfwfq+Vug (Venere e Matte de La Naissance de la physique di Serres)" (212).
The announcement underlines VUG Mobile's intentions to rapidly grow its mobile games presence across all technologies and geographies.
In addition to three Crash Bandicoot(R) titles, other top-selling VUG Mobile franchises in the market include two Spyro the Dragon(R) titles, and two titles in the iconic Leisure Suit Larry(R) series.
VUG continues to expand its membership of Worlds Of Warcraft online, and UMG has also experienced strong growth in its digital music business.
CONTACT: Leslie Hollingshead of VUG Corporate Communications, +1-310-431-4533, leslie.
These include EA, Ubisoft, Activison, THQ, Microsoft Game Studios, SCEI, Midway, VUG, Sega, Atari, Remedy, NCSoft, Take-2, Pandemic, Valve, Bungie, Monolith, Red Storm, Ensemble, High Moon Studios, Z-Axis, Relic, Rare, Flagship Studios, Turbine, Shiny, Volition, and Irrational.