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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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(26) See also Michael Timko, "Wordsworth's 'Ode' and Arnold's 'Dover Beach': Celestial Light and Confused Alarms," Cithara 13 (1973): 59; and Nils Clausson, "Arnold's Coleridgean Conversation Poem: 'Dover Beach' and 'The Eolian Harp,'" PLL 44, no.
(1986): Eolian permian deposits in west and northwest Argentina Sedimentary Geology 49, 109-127.
However, due to eolian processes, the incline of the western slope of the PBD returned quickly to the quasi-stable profile and its incline was up to 25[degrees] (Fig.
Dott, R.H., Jr., 2003, The importance of eolian abrasion in supermature quartz sandstones and the paradox of weathering on vegetation-free landscapes: Journal of Geology, v, 111, p.
" The planned plants will use solar and eolian (wind power) renewable energy restrictively", Dr.
The "ring of bone," at once so physical and so disembodied, is his variation on the poet-as-receiver myth, in line with Coleridge's Eolian harp and Spicer's radio.
623, which has long been special to me, comes not from the Eolian Harp, but Frost at Midnight.
The rock lithology varies from Permian to Upper Cretaceous-fractured Hawasina Complex and Semail Ophiolites in Masfut, Quaternary eolian sand in Manama and Quaternary sand dunes in Ajman city.
In the successful Romantic lyric, in other words, the speaker's experience is occasioned by something seen (e.g., Wordsworth's "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," Goethe's "Ilmenau Am 3 September 1783," Keats's "Ode to Autumn"); by something heard (Wordsworth's "Solitary Reaper," Keats's "Ode to a Nightingale," Goethe's "Wandrers Nachtlied"); by something seen and heard (Coleridge's "Frost at Midnight"); or by some other sensory perception (Shelley's "Ode to the West Wind" and Coleridge's "The Eolian Harp," in both of which the meditation is prompted by the speaker's reaction to the motion of the wind).
Chemistry of eolian dunes is extremely acidic, which is reflected in specific soil conditions and vegetation cover.
Savelli, "Petrology and K Ar ages of volcanics dredged from the Eolian seamounts: implications for geodynamic evolution of the Southern Tyrrhenian basin," Earth and Planetary Science Letters, vol.