Definition of Haplites

1. haplite [n] - See also: haplite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haplites

haphephobia
haphtara
haphtarah
haphtarahs
haphtaras
haphtarot
haphtaroth
hapkeite
hapkido
hapkidos
hapless
haplessly
haplessness
haplessnesses
haplite
haplites (current term)
haplo-
haplobiontic
haplochromine
haplodeficient
haplodiploids
haplodont
haplographies
haplography
haplogroup
haplogroups
haplogy
haploid
haploid number

Literary usage of Haplites

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1. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences by California Academy of Sciences (1897)
"species of haplites, even though many characters of that genus still remain. This may be called the transition to ..."

2. An Introduction to the Study of Rocks and Guide to the Museum Collection by Lazarus Fletcher (1895)
"haplites : only quartz and potash-felspar being present. Case XII. The granite-porphyries forni a link between granites and ..."

3. An Introduction to the Study of Rocks by Lazarus Fletcher (1898)
"haplites (and pegmatites): only quartz and potash-felspar being present as important constituents. Syenites. ..."

4. Granites and Greenstones: A Series of Tables and Notes for Students of Petrology by Frank Rutley (1894)
"... essentially apophyses of plutonic rocks, such as granites and syenites, those of granitic origin being more or less closely allied to the haplites and ..."

5. Publication by Geological Survey of Queensland (1892)
"... would probably class these two rocks as haplites. The pegmatitic quartzes carry the usual inclusions, but they are minute, and a great many are mobile. ..."

6. The Geology and Paleontology of Queensland and New Guinea: With Sixty-eight by Robert Logan Jack, Robert Etheridge (1892)
"... would probably class these two rocks as haplites. The pegmatitic quartzes carry the usual inclusions, but they are minute, and a great many are mobile. ..."

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