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effusive

(of rock) formed by the solidification of magma
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Double blind randomised placebo controlled trial of adjunctive prednisolone in the treatment of effusive tuberculous pericarditis in HIV seropositive patients.
Effusive eruptions are characterized by an outpouring of low viscosity lava, which has a fairly low volatile content.
IN HARRIET "HARRY" DODGE and Stanya Kahn's short video Let the Good Times Roll, 2004, a depressive, effusive woman named Lois sits in a motel room telling an unseen cameraman about a party she once attended.
In doing so, notwithstanding a very brief discussion, the court was particularly effusive in its comments on the lower court's rationale.
Intrigued by Imprezas success, and the media's effusive praise for the abilities of the road car's all-wheel-drive system, Harty gave it a go, only to find himself "cursingly disappointed" that it behaved like an overgrown front-drive car.
In quiet, effusive eruptions, they assumed, the molten rock either didn't contain much dissolved gas or the bubbles found a way to escape the magma without blowing it apart.
In his "In the Loop" column, The Washington Post's Al Kamen reported that "other enviro groups were apoplectic, saying that the compromise [EPA] proposal was a perfectly fine and important initiative, but the NRDC's effusive praise would cripple environmentalists' efforts to criticize the administration's overall, far-from-perfect record.
Acclaimed jazz pianist Geri Alien, responsible along with Bey for the arrangements on American Song, is effusive about her collaborator: "Andy," she says simply, "is one of the greatest male voices of our time.
After an especially effusive welcome and copious amounts of wine in a posh Soho bistro, the decision to send guests home with goodie bags containing Delaney's Irish cream liqueur was a masterstroke.
This book's effusive flow of words, screen-based imagery and breathless enthusiasm for the new bring to mind the extraordinary translations of von Erlach and Guarini, or more recent achievements of Mendelsohn, Le Corbusier and Eero Saarinen
in Belfast, Ireland, received effusive praise from the patient's husband, who was in the operating room during the early morning procedure.
To this day, Sperling says he hasn't received a single letter from a CEO of an established company who didn't start the company, though he says entrepreneurs write often with effusive thanks.