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" If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata, which on the two sides dip in opposite directions, the imaginary line that lies between them, towards which the strata on each side rise, is called the anticlinal axis. In a row of houses with steep... "
Putnam's Home Cyclopedia ... - Page 15
by G.P. Putnam & Co - 1852
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Hand-book of the Useful Arts: Including Agriculture, Architecture, Domestic ...

Thomas Antisell - Industrial arts - 1852 - 692 pages
...material. ANTICLINAL AXIS. (Gr. <i,.re afainft, and .Xivcif, to intKnt.) If a range of hills or ft valley be composed of strata which, on the two sides,...row of houses with steep roofs facing the south, the slates represent inclined strata dipping north and south, and the ridge is an cast and west anticlinal...
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First [-fifth] Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Missouri, Volume 1

Missouri. State geologist, George Clinton Swallow - Geology - 1855
...latter. Anthracite. A shining substance like black-lead ; a species of mineral charcoal. Anticlinal Axis. If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata, which on the two opposite sides dip in opposite directions, the imaginary lino that lies between them, towards which...
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First Lessons in Geology; with a special article on the toadstones of ...

William Adam - 1857 - 173 pages
...unarmed, and 9npiov, a wild beast. A fossil extinct quadruped resembling a pig. Anteclinical axis ; If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata, which dip on the two sides in opposite directions, the imaginary line that lies between them, towards which...
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A Reprint of Annual Reports and Other Papers on the Geology of the Virginias

William Barton Rogers - Eaux minérales - 1884 - 832 pages
...Zeolite family, also called Cubizite, of frequent occurrence in the Trap-rocks. Anticlinal Azui. — If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata,...row of houses with steep roofs facing the south, the slates represent inclined strata dipping north and south, and the ridge is an east and west anticlinal...
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A Reprint of Annual Reports and Other Papers on the Geology of the Virginias

William Barton Rogers - Eaux minérales - 1884 - 832 pages
...Zeolite family, also called Cubizite, of frequent occurrence in the Trap-rocks. Anticlinal Axi».— H a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata,...row of houses with steep roofs facing the south, the slates represent inclined strata dipping north and south, and the ridge is an east and west anticlinal...
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The Dictionary of Science and Technical Terms Used in Philosophy, Literature ...

W. M. Buchanan - Electronic books - 1884 - 819 pages
...Lieutcnanl-Coi'uel to the £*rl of Mar." AXTICLIML, Or. from *»TV, against, and >,yj». to Incline. If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata,...dip In opposite directions, the Imaginary line that lie* between them, towards which the strata on each ri*e, is called the anticlinal <ui». In a row...
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A Reprint of Annual Reports and Other Papers on the Geology of the Virginias

William Barton Rogers - Eaux minérales - 1884 - 832 pages
...Zeolite family, also called Cubizite, of frequent occurrence in the Trap-rocks. Anticlinal Axis. — If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata,...two sides dip in opposite directions, the imaginary lino that lies between them, towards which the strata on each side rise, is called the anticlinal axis....
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A Reprint of Annual Reports and Other Papers on the Geology of the Virginias

William Barton Rogers - Eaux minérales - 1884 - 832 pages
...Zeolite family, also called Cubizite, of frequent occurrence in the Trap-rocks. Anticlinal Ахи. — If a range of hills, or a valley, be composed of strata,...which on the two sides dip in opposite directions, tho imaginary line that lies between them, towards which the strata on each side rise, is called the...
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