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Books Bücher 1 - 9 von 9 in Stones and boulders alike are scattered higgledy-piggledy, pell-mell, through the...
" Stones and boulders alike are scattered higgledy-piggledy, pell-mell, through the clay, so as to give to the whole deposit a highly confused and tumultuous appearance. There is something very peculiar about the shape of the stones. They are neither round... "
Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society - Seite 4
von Liverpool Geological Society - 1878
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The Great Ice Age and Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man

James Geikie - 1874 - 545 Seiten
...stones. They arc neither round and oval like the pebbles in river gravel or the shingle of the seashore, nor are they sharply angular like newly-fallen debris...angular in shape, but the sharp corners and edges have invariably been smoothed away. Some characteristic forms are shown in the accompanying illustrations...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 4

1874
...They are neither round nor oval like the pebbles in river-gravel, or the shingle of the sea-shore; nor are they sharply angular like newly-fallen debris at the base of a cliff; but seem to be like the latter in general shape with the sharp corners and edges smoothed away. They...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Band 4

1874
...They are neither round nor oval like the pebbles in river-gravel, or the shingle of the sea-shore ; nor are they sharply angular like newly-fallen debris at the base of a clitf; but seem to be like the latter in general shape with the sharp corners and edges smoothed away....
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THE GREAT ICE AGE, AND ITS RELATION TO THE ANTIQUITY OF MAN

JAMES GEIKIE - 1877
...stones. They are neither round and oval like the pebbles in river gravel or the shingle of the seashore, nor are they sharply angular like newly-fallen debris at the base of a cliff, although the}?, more closely resemble the latter than the former. They are indeed angular in shape, but the...
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Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society, Band 3

Liverpool Geological Society - 1878
...super-position which the experience of many geologists in this and other countries has now assigned to them; hut we must not assume that this arrangement of super-position...away. Each is smoothed, polished, and covered with stris, or scratches, some of which are delicate as the lines traced by an etching-needle, others deep...
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Ragnarok: The Age of Fire and Gravel

Ignatius Donnelly - 1883 - 452 Seiten
...They are neither round and oval, like the pebbles in river-gravel, or the shingle of the sea-shore, nor are they sharply angular like newly-fallen debris...angular in shape, but the sharp corners and edges have invariably been smoothed away. . . . Their shape, as will be seen, is by no means their most striking...
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Report, Band 1

Ontario. Dept. of Mines, Ontario. Bureau of Mines - 1892
...pebbles in river gravel or the shingle of the sea shore, nor are they sharply angular like newly fallen debris at the base of a cliff, although they more...than the former. They are indeed angular in shape, bub the sharp corners and edges have invariably been smoothed away. Bach is smoothed, polished and...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Band 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - 1892
...pebbles in rivnr gravel or the shingle of the sea shore, nor are they sharply angular like newly fallen debris at the base of a cliff, although they more...resemble the latter than the former. They are indeed angulai in shape, but the sharp corners and edges have invariably been smoothed away. Each is smoothed,...
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The Great Ice Age and Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man

James Geikie - 1894 - 850 Seiten
...pebbles in river-gravel or the shingle of the sea-shore, nor are they sharply angular like newly fallen debris at the base of a cliff, although they more...angular in shape, but the sharp corners and edges have almost invariably been smoothed away. Some characteristic forms are shown in the accompanying illustrations...
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