Definition of Costeans
1. costean [v] - See also: costean
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Costeans
Literary usage of Costeans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Upper Peninsula, 1893-1897 by Michigan Geological Survey (1898)
"Besides these costeans, there are three on Sec. 20, T. 64, R 38, ... there are a large number of^costeans developing the Minong trap at its southern edge, ..."
2. Record of the Mines of South Australia by South Australia Dept. of Mines, Lionel C. E. Gee, Henry Yorke Lyell Brown (1908)
"This block adjoins the Enterprise to the N. A large number of costeans and trial ... These claims adjoin the Sutherland to the S. costeans have been cut, ..."
3. Report by Tasmania Dept. of Mines (1902)
"This can only be done by deep costeans, and possibly may require tunnelling. The prospecting should be confined to the porphyry and slate country. ..."
4. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1903)
"... costeans, etc., it is quite evident that the diabase is intersected by a net-work of quartz veins, in reality an auriferous stock-work, to the residual ..."
5. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1898)
"From what may be seen in the workings, costeans, etc., it is quite evident that the diabase is intersected by a net-work of quartz veins, in reality an ..."
6. The Journal of the Canadian Mining Institute by Canadian Mining Institute (1904)
"Therefore the extent of these individual deposits can be approximately ascertained by costeans and shallow trial pits. The ore occurs in a more concentrated ..."
7. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1900)
"About 200 yards south of the preceding two costeans have been made across the dike, revealing a large body of quartz and felsite, mixed and considerably ..."