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marlite

[′mär‚līt]
(petrology)
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In connection with the first installation of the Feministische Kunst Internationaal, a panel discussion was held on December 1o, 1978, at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam with a number of artists and art historians, including Betsy Damon, Marlite Halbertsma, Lucy Lippard, Celia Rentmeister, and Ulrike Rosenbach.
Feministische kunst is het vorm geven aan het feministische bewustzijn en het uitdragen van een feministisch bewustzijn": Marlite Halbertsma, "Feministische Kunst--Een Verkennende Inleiding," in Feministische Kunst internationaal (The Hague: Gemeentedrukkerij, 1979), 7 (exhibition catalog).
(58.) Marlite Halbertsma, "Sterke Voorbeelden," in Feministische Kunst Internationaal (1979)) 53-55.
"Our recommendations included critical changes in the areas of production, processing, plant and systems, in order to deliver Marlite products the fastest way possible."
At the time of the acquisition by the new owners, Marlite had a new plant in Fort Worth, Texas.
Based on Geiger's recommendation, Marlite sold the Fort Worth facility before the economic downturn.
Upper and lower kaolinite content mineral and chemical border in the marlite zone Xb is created by its significant declines.
In the stratigraphic profile of the eastern part of the Poohri region (Vane, 1997) this marlite oscillation set is marked as Xc and its thickness is also 30 m.
I've been with Marlite as a designer for nearly 20 years and have developed a number of wall systems, including Surface Systems MAP System and the Surface Systems Radius Wall.
Profile 1 starts in the layers of middle Cretaceous marlites and goes through the Cretaceous lithological sequence down to the Permian sediments.
The siltstones are exchanged with marlites (upper part of the Bila Hora formation) on station 465 m on profile 4 and 588 m on profile 5 and the apparent resistivities decreases down to 20 [ohm]m.