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Synonyms for erratic

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Synonyms for erratic

liable to sudden unpredictable change

having no fixed course

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likely to perform unpredictably

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Located near the town of Okotoks, the seven-million-kilogram boulder is part of a train of glacial erratics that was moved along the east slopes of the Rockies by the Wisconsin Glacier 12,000-17,000 years ago, said Blair First Rider, a Blood Elder with the Historic Resources Management Branch of Alberta Culture and Tourism.
It may not be readily apparent what the Okotoks Erratic has in common with world heritage sites such as ChichEn Itz-, the Titantic, the Parthenon and Machu Picchu, but it is one of two Canadian sites that has been selected by the CyArk 500 Challenge, an international project that is digitally preserving vulnerable, culturally significant historic sites around the world.
It would make sense that erratics would be religious sites to the first peoples on Alberta's landscape and stories of vandalism to ancient sites in this province are not new.
Principal investigator Professor Neil Glasser, from the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences at Aberystwyth, said: "These granite erratics were ripped up by the Antarctic Ice Sheet and moved onto James Ross Island when the Antarctic Ice Sheet was much more extensive and thicker.
It is a big deficit - and is partly due to oil and erratic items, but you can't just nod away oil and erratics month after month, " one economist said.
Three of these carried widespread high background sulfide-nickel- copper-cobalt with rare erratics of massive sulfides, whose source is hidden by overburden.
NS said its estimates of volumes, excluding oil and erratics, showed exports were down 2.
The underlying deficit, excluding oil and erratics, narrowed to pounds 1.
The Glenwood Erratic may just be coming to the forefront now, said Red Deer Museum Curator of History Michael Dawe, because archeological resources in Canada are spread so thinly.