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macle

[′mak·əl]
(crystallography)
A twinned crystal.
(lapidary)
A twin structure in a diamond.
(mineralogy)
A dark or discolored spot in a mineral specimen.
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(7.) Andrade JG, Khairy P, Guerra PG, Deyell MW, Rivard L, Macle L, Thibault B, Talajic M, Roy D, Dubuc M.
From pasta to coalballs and from papier mache ornaments to fertilisers macle from all kinds of waste products--these were typical of the novelties that Sir Hugh Plat advocated in the various books that he published between 1593 and his death in 1608.
This deal led to the creation of MACLE, the Market Access and Compliance for Lebanese Exports project by UNIDO with the financing of SECO.
Though designed to test the behavior and consistency of the rock, drill results from the company's 16-square-kilometre Leadbetter Diamond Project have turned up two diamonds; one 1.01-carat diamond is medium brown, intact with octahedral features, while a 1.5-carat stone is a light yellow intact macle.
(7.) Macle L, Jais P, Scavee C, Weerasooriya R, Shah DC, Hocini M, et al.
MacLe an knows the mentality of players, who come with degrees in cynicism and jealously guard their relationship with their club physios and doctors.
Macle et al., (2002) recently identified epicardial potentials at the distal CS, probably representing accessory pathway activity.
5-Voskar Macle : Capable du meilleur comme du pire, ce pensionnaire de l'efficace ecurie Le Petit Haras devra neanmoins faire l'objet de la plus grande attention, car il reste capable de prouesses sur la distance du jour.