Oxfordian

Oxfordian

[äks′fȯr·dē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time, in the Upper Jurassic (above Callovian, below Kimmeridgean). Also known as Divesian.
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Oxfordian ramp system (La Manga formation) in the Bardas Blancas area (Mendoza Province) NeuquOn Basin, Argentina, Facies and depositional sequences, Sedimentary Geology, 195, 113-134.
The simulations are required thermo-hydro-mechanical simulations (THM) coupled in porous media because the criteria for the design are 2 types - Thermal in nature: not exceeding certain temperature thresholds in the shales and the concrete components,- Thermo-hydro-mechanical nature, not exceeding a threshold effective stress in the layer Callovo- Oxfordian (COX).
Faulkner wasn't the only Oxfordian who yearned to sail.
With their elegant Oxfordian accents, how could they understand my yearning for the hotrod, hotdog, hot flash vocabulary of the U.
Rate and synchronicity of environmental changes on a shallow carbonate platform (Late Oxfordian Swiss Jura Mountains).
It is Callovian and Oxfordian in age and reaches a thickness of more than 300 feet in the basinal area between the Ghawar and Khurais Fields.
For breaking this research Chiljan credits Ramon Jimenez, who published his work "Ten Eyewitnesses Who Saw Nothing" in Oxfordian newsletters in 2002 and 2003.
100) For debates on the relationship between The Troublesome Raigne and Shakespeare's King John, see Brian Boyd, "King John and The Troublesome Raigne: Sources, Structure, Sequence," PQ 74 (1995): 37-56; Ramon Jimenez, "The Troublesome Raigne of John, King of England: Shakespeare's First Version of King John" The Oxfordian 12 (2010): 21-55; and Beatrice Groves, "Memory, Composition, and the Relationship of King John to The Troublesome Raigne of King John" Comparative Drama 38 (2004): 277-90.
Sadly it is much more than this, and certainly not true that director Roland Emmerich has underlined the Oxfordian case.
Significantly, this is proven to be untrue, because we are told that the Oxfordian Customs Officials would, after disorganising their luggage, not "offer apologies to those - a significant number of them - found to be innocent as far as the carrying of drugs and ammunitions was concerned" (101/

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