Definition of Olivinic
1. olivine [adj] - See also: olivine
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Literary usage of Olivinic
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1. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1861)
"... or with small impacted fragments of obsidian-like character; more of a red tinge, or gar- netic; and in some places more of a green tinge, or olivinic. ..."
2. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1861)
"... or gar- netic ; and in some places more of a green tinge, or olivinic. These specimens are widely different from the palagonite tuff collected by myself ..."
3. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1907)
"Here also the influence of the introduction of anorthite is similar to that observed in the preceding cases, in the olivinic as in the ..."
4. Geology of Wisconsin: Survey of 1873-1879 by Wisconsin Chief Geologist (1880)
"It is present now and then as an accessory constituent (Spec. 1659). True olivinic-diabases were not ob- ..."
5. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India by Geological Survey of India (1877)
"Trap, olivinic. 6. Similar to No. 4, but without sandstone. 7. Columnar basalt. 8. Black carbonaceous shale. 9. Trap, columnar. 10. ..."
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