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eolian

[ē′ōl·yən]
(meteorology)
Pertaining to the action or the effect of the wind, as in eolian sounds or eolian deposits (of dust). Also spelled aeolian.
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The immediate oneness glimpsed in "The Eolian Harp," with its echoes of Spinoza's intellectual love of God, is supplanted by the teleological unfolding of identity in difference.
Eolian and Antrim selectmen had petitioned the committee to decide if and how it can move forward.
32) Presence of small pull-apart structures; several types of slump features; small-scale stratification; and low-relief wind ripples as seen in large, broken-off pieces of cross strata are further collective evidence for eolian origin of the Coconino.
The controversies regarding the eolian turbines are linked to the landscape impact and the impact on birds.
The parent material is made up of eolian loess sediments and whole and fragmented mollusk valves (Mactra isabelleana, Erodona mactroides, Tagelus plebeus, Littoridiana australis, Buccinanops cochlidiu and Adelomedon brasiliana).
Sand barrens are located on eolian sand deposits and are mostly positioned on the leeward side of the river.
Kosa Aerosol as Eolian Carrier of Anthropogenic Material," Science of the Total Environment 107 (1991): 13-27.
Topographic maps and the Licking County Soil Survey (Parkinson and others 1992) were carefully examined to ascertain the distribution of relevant landforms and materials including bedrock hills, Illinoian drift, Wisconsinan lacustrine, eolian and fluvial deposits, and Holocene floodplain deposits.
We hear an echo of this sustaining God in the "one life within us and abroad / Which meets all motion and becomes its soul" in "The Eolian Harp" (lines 26-7).
sexlineatus are sand-loving species, the former is mostly limited to alluvial deposits (Walker 1987a) whereas the latter is mostly limited to broadly distributed eolian deposits where species of the lizard genus Holbrookia and the sandbur genus Cenchrus are ecological indicators (Paulissen et al.
He said: "Whoever navigated in that manner put at risk the lives of swimmers and the patrimony of the Eolian Islands, even if his name is Rupert Murdoch.
Coleridge's addresses to "pensive Sara" play this role in "The Eolian Harp," her silent but active presence in the poem inspiring him to abandon its intimations of pantheism: "But thy more serious eye a mild reproof/Darts, 0 beloved Woman