Definition of Eucrites

1. Noun. (plural of eucrite) ¹



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Definition of Eucrites

1. eucrite [n] - See also: eucrite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eucrites

euchrœa
euchymy
euclase
euclases
euclid
euclidean
euclidian
euclidianness
eucolloid
eucopepoda
eucorticalism
eucrasia
eucrasy
eucrite
eucrites (current term)
eucritic
eucryptite
eucryptites
euctical
eucupine
eucyclic
eudaemon
eudaemonia
eudaemonic
eudaemonism
eudaemonisms
eudaemonist
eudaemonistic
eudaemonists

Literary usage of Eucrites

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1. The Geology of the Small Isles of Inverness-shire: (Rum, Canna, Eigg, Muck by Alfred Harker, George Barrow (1908)
"The eucrites are crystalline rocks of medium to rather coarse grain. ... The eucrites are. for the most part, in a fresh condition. ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"The latter include the howard- ites and eucrites, but the eucrites may be excluded as they contain more of the clinopyroxene (pigeonite) than the ..."

3. Geologisches Zentralblatt: Anzeiger für Geologie, Petrographie (1908)
"The basic plutonio rocks are principali}- eucrites, consisting of hyper- ... These were intruded beneath and into thè eucrites, and destroyed a considerable ..."

4. Petrology for Students: An Introduction to the Study of Rocks Under the by Alfred Harker (1908)
"Among the British Tertiary rocks eucrites are well developed in the Isle of Rum and in the Carlingford ..."

5. The Natural History of Igneous Rocks by Alfred Harker (1909)
"Banded structures of like nature are more generally found in the eucrites of Rum, and they are exhibited in a still more striking manner in the rocks of the ..."

6. The Geology of the Small Isles of Inverness-shire: (Rum, Canna, Eigg, Muck by Alfred Harker, George Barrow (1908)
"The eucrites are crystalline rocks of medium to rather coarse grain. ... The eucrites are. for the most part, in a fresh condition. ..."

7. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"The latter include the howard- ites and eucrites, but the eucrites may be excluded as they contain more of the clinopyroxene (pigeonite) than the ..."

8. Geologisches Zentralblatt: Anzeiger für Geologie, Petrographie (1908)
"The basic plutonio rocks are principali}- eucrites, consisting of hyper- ... These were intruded beneath and into thè eucrites, and destroyed a considerable ..."

9. Petrology for Students: An Introduction to the Study of Rocks Under the by Alfred Harker (1908)
"Among the British Tertiary rocks eucrites are well developed in the Isle of Rum and in the Carlingford ..."

10. The Natural History of Igneous Rocks by Alfred Harker (1909)
"Banded structures of like nature are more generally found in the eucrites of Rum, and they are exhibited in a still more striking manner in the rocks of the ..."

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