Definition of Olivinitic

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Olivinitic

olivenites
olivers
olives
olivet
olivets
olivewood
olivewoods
olivey
olivifugal
olivil
olivin
olivine
olivines
olivinic
olivinitic (current term)
olivipetal
olivite
olivocerebellar
olivocerebellar tract
olivocochlear
olivocochlear bundle
olivocochlear fibres
olivocochlear tract
olivomycins
olivopontocerebellar
olivopontocerebellar atrophy
olivopontocerebellar degeneration
olivospinal tract
olkhonskite

Literary usage of Olivinitic

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1. Bulletin by Colorado Geological Survey (1913)
"olivinitic marble.—The marble inclusion in the quartz monzonite on Mount ... Not far from the olivinitic marble is much massive serpentine in veins and ..."

2. The Iron Ores of Minnesota: Their Geology, Discovery, Development, Qualities by Newton Horace Winchell (1891)
"... (or olivinitic) magnetite group. The non-titanic magnetic ores of the Taconic are principally found in the coarser parts of the Pewabic ..."

3. On the Classification of the Early Cambrian and Pre-Cambrian Formations by Roland Duer Irving (1888)
"These gabbros include two classes, a non-olivinitic and less basic kind and a highly olivinitic and more basic kind, ..."

4. Bulletin by Geological Society of America (1900)
"These contact rocks, which on account of the abundance of magnetite and olivine are sometimes called the olivinitic iron ores, are so peculiar that ..."

5. The American Geologist by Newton Horace Winchell (1892)
"... and sometimes large hornblende crystals embrace the quartz grains in a common matrix. When olivinitic it is also ..."

6. Geology of Wisconsin: Survey of 1873-1879 by Wisconsin Chief Geologist (1883)
"Gabbro proper, that is, gabbro free from both olivine on the one hand and orthoclase on the other, is much less common, however, than are the olivinitic and ..."

7. The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art by Canadian Institute (1849-1914) (1860)
"... diorites, dolerites and olivinitic rocks above described, as well as their probable relations to the stratified deposits of more ancient periods. ..."

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