pull-apart

pull-apart

[′pu̇l ə‚pärt]
(geology)
A precompaction sedimentary structure having the appearance of boudinage and consisting of beds that have been stretched and pulled apart into relatively short slabs.
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A two-page glossary explains cone shapes, the creation of magma, the smell of hydrogen sulfide, and the source of mud pots and pull-apart zones.
The BeautiSeal format offers a slim, pressure-sensitive, pull-apart sampling system, while LipSeal offers a smaller trial size of liquid foundation, cream, lotion, gel treatment products, hair care products and lipstick.
Food" Ginsburg prefers easy preparation and readily available ingredients for his recipes, which include Chicken and Couscous, in hand, and clockwise, Pull-Apart Polish Babka, Reuben Salad and Ravioli Pesto Pie.
The innovative pizza sensation returns with 28 pullable, poppable cheese-filled bites that form the pull-apart crust of a large pizza.
A New Extreme Duty Armored Cable with a pull-apart switch has also been introduced into the market place.
The volcanics also host the Suarez pull-apart basin, a structurally controlled basin ringed by gold targets but filled with post-mineralisation conglomerate.