Definition of Amygdules
1. amygdule [n] - See also: amygdule
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Amygdules
Literary usage of Amygdules
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nature of Ore Deposits by Richard Beck (1905)
"... of deposits may be distinguished within the copper-bearing rock group: Disseminated Grains and amygdules in the ..."
2. Common Minerals and Rocks by William Otis Crosby (1881)
"The banded structure of veins is exactly reproduced in miniature in the banding of agates, geodes, and the amygdules formed in old lavas. ..."
3. The Tertiary Igneous Rocks of Skye by Alfred Harker (1904)
"One such point is the occurrence of amygdules, which are not uncommon in certain types ... It is to be noted, as compared with the amygdules in the lavas, ..."
4. Upper Peninsula 1869-1873: Accompanied by an Atlas of Maps by Michigan Geological Survey (1873)
"This bed contains many bunches of compact epidote, with amygdules of prehnite, and in the upper portion crystals of epidote are visible in the matrix. 40. ..."
5. Bulletin by Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology (1895)
"The lower part of the amygdules is extremely granular aud ferruginous ; the upper ... Some amygdules near the surface contain grains of clastic quartz or ..."
6. Preliminary Report on the Copper-bearing Rocks of Douglas County, Wisconsin by Ulysses Sherman Grant (1901)
"which are likely to prove of economic value are those in the native state. Native copper occurs in this district in four ways: (1) in amygdules, ..."