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gruh ni tik

  • s  showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings
  • s  hard as granite
    a granitic fist

  • Photographs like that of Mount Williamson, with its tumbled granitic boulders and slanting cathedral illumination in the skyas if God had accepted Adams as his art director .
  • Much of the toughness was picked up from his Scottish immigrant father, James Clydesdale King, who was as dour and granitic as the foggy vale for which he was named.
  • Now 78, a roughhewn, granitic specimen, he still treats a few patients in an office whose windows are blazoned with his name in letters almost a foot high.
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  • Rio Grande fift, Rum Jungle complex, Black Sea, West Africa craton, California faults
    ( Geological Society of America ) The February 2014 Lithosphere is now online. Papers cover strain rates measured in travertine in the Rio Grande rift, central New Mexico; age dating of the granitic Neoarchean Rum Jungle complex, Australia; the first lithosphere-scale illustration of the structural evolution of the Black Sea Basin; geodynamic modeling of craton formation; evaluation of the ...
    Jan. 29, 2014 - EurekAlert!

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