Siltstone 3.7 Gray, local weathering is earthy yellow, uniform structure
, visible muscovite shavings, containing carbon particles.
Alexela Group is a holding company, which gathers the companies related to the same circle of owners over the last two decades into the uniform structure
of Alexela Group as the umbrella organisation.
* Dense, pinhole-free and uniform structure
that is more durable than plated mesh anodes
Weil  was the first to characterise uniform spaces in terms of a family of pseudometrics and Bourbaki  provided the definition of a uniform structure
in terms of entourages.
Through qualitative and quantitative analysis, he uses the typological contrasts between Igbo and English as evidence for the model and its associated three principles: the matrix language principle, the asymmetry principle, and the uniform structure
In this area, microgravity has proven to deliver a less variable distribution of crystals formed over time, creating a more uniform structure
that lends to better data.
As far as quality of hides and skins was concerned, the cow raw material was considered superior upon buffalo because of its fine, tight and comparatively uniform structure
. Similarly, Buffalo was also considered as a specialty of Pakistan across the world, the report mentioned.
It has a bright, lustrous color and a uniform structure
free of defects and impurities.
Picturing the border fence, people tend to imagine one long, uniform structure
. In reality, it's a mix of different designs and materials.
The company added that it was able to produce high performance tetrapod quantum dots and other materials with exacting quality control resulting in uniform structure
and tuned narrow emission FWHM with its new automating production system.
Due to the fine and uniform structure
, the NPC prepared by dealloying the [Ti.sub.2]Cu amorphous alloys for 10 h was chosen as the flowerpot to grow Au flowers.
Geologically, there is a strong probability that the reservoir is not a uniform structure
but subject to discontinuities which obstruct the uninterrupted flow of gas.