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bleb

[bleb]
(materials)
A small bubble in a material that has solidified, such as glass.
(petrology)
A small, usually spherical inclusion in a rock mass.
(medicine)
A localized collection of fluid, as serum or blood, in the epidermis.
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bleb

A blister or small bubble in a fluid or in a material (such as glass) that has solidified.
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However, due to the very nuggety nature of the blebby nickel mineralisation encountered in both Poseidon's drilling and the historical holes, interpretation of a hard grade boundary necessary to calculate a mineable underground resource is difficult.
The drilling at Black Dog has intersected mineralised quartz veins with fine visible gold and associated disseminated and blebby sulphides (mainly pyrrhotite).
Crystals from this locality had, as a distinguishing feature, many little blebby inclusions suspended in the gemmy blue interior like bubbles in carbonated water.