In section III, I note that the default position in the ordinary object literature is that ordinary objects are modally fine-grained
and I examine some difficulties this gives rise to.
Microcrystalline silcrete can often be distinguished from chert by the presence of cream-coloured streaks of very fine-grained
anatase (titanium dioxide) that form during the silicification process (Webb & Golding 1998).
Grain size spectra of the fine-grained
fraction of sediment samples from the continental shelf/upper slope were determined with a MALVERN MicroP 2000 laser forward-scattering particle sizer at the Instituto Hidrografico.
This Subfacies is comprised of extremely fine- grained to fine-grained
matrix of size less than 0.01 to 0.05 mm.
From the point of view of the individual property value intervals, the most varied are fluvial sediments, namely, the class of fine-grained
soils and coarse-grained particles and loams, such as gravelly clays (F2 CG), sandy loams (F3 MS), and loams (F5 ML, MI).
tannins settle into a long finish of berry pie flavors and a voluptuous, coating mouth feel.
There is a general worry circling both of these chapters, namely that Nussbaum's theory of musical content is not fine-grained
enough to work.
ISO100 film provides sharp reproduction of even the smallest details.
If (or let us say when) they begin to feed fine-grained
end-user information from the manufacturers and distributors into this data structure, they will even be able to derive an independent estimate of your true costs on each case.
sediments that covered the organisms preserved details of the animals that haven't been seen in other fossils.
Stirred and sorted by tsunamis, the resettled fine-grained
particles could leave telltale layers in sediments.
to include unusually sympathetic and fine-grained
descriptions of men's uses of technology.