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Definition of Intergrowth
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Intergrowth
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1. Petrographic Methods: The Authorized English Translation of Part I by Ernst Weinschenk, Robert Watson Clark (1912)
"intergrowth and Inclusions.—Regular and irregular inter- growths of various minerals ... It is necessary to distinguish between poikilitic intergrowth and ..."
2. The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied Sciences by Newton Horace Winchell (1900)
"New Hampshire, and its intergrowth-with ... where it is found as a lamellar intergrowth with ... Its intergrowth with t'^e orthorhombic ..."
3. Engineering Geology: By Heinrich Ries and Thomas L. Watson by Heinrich Ries, Thomas Leonard Watson (1914)
"1. — Basalt, showing vesicular texture. FIG. 2. — Graphic granite, showing characteristic intergrowth of quartz (dark) and feldspar (light). ..."
4. The Geology and Ore Deposits of the Virgilina District of Virginia and North by Francis Baker Laney (1917)
"2, showing typical lamellar intergrowth of bornite and chalcocite 87 XVII. ... 2, showing peculiar rod-like areas of bornite in regular intergrowth with ..."
5. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1917)
"This intergrowth is not uniform, but presents a variety of appearances. In some cases it is a normal form in anhedral plates of quartz and felspar closely ..."
6. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1899)
"The ground mass is made up almost wholly of an intergrowth of quart/ and felspar ... This intergrowth is of a peculiar character. Sometimes a quartz area is ..."