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the act or an instance of expressing in words

vivid, effective, or persuasive communication in speech or artistic performance

the act or process of describing in lifelike imagery

something that takes the place of words in communicating a thought or feeling

a sound or combination of sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning

a word or group of words forming a unit and conveying meaning

a disposition of the facial features that conveys meaning, feeling, or mood

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the feelings expressed on a person's face

the communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions

a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement

(genetics) the process of expressing a gene

a group of words that form a constituent of a sentence and are considered as a single unit

the act of forcing something out by squeezing or pressing

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Model of facies and sedimentology for Paleobaltic epicontinental basin.
The open water facies association was deposited in calm bodies of water that ranged from fresh to brackish and was generally of sufficient depth to limit plant growth.
This facies dominates in the Khamir section and has been observed in from of limestone and marly limestone.
Upper Permian lacustrine organic facies evolution, Southern Junggar Basin, NW China.
Then, a progressive metamorphism in these rocks is marked by the passing of greenschist facies mineralogy [actinolite + chlorite + quartz + plagioclase (albite) + epidote minerals [+ or -] muscovite [+ or -] calcite] to epidote-amphibolite facies mineralogy [hornblende + epidote minerals + quartz + albite [+ or -] garnet], and finally to amphibolite facies mineralogy [hornblende + garnet + plagioclase [+ or -] quartz].
In the chapter on ichnology and facies models, authors James MacEachern, George Pemberton, Murray Gingras, and Kerrie Bann integrate the biological and sedimentological interplay that results in distinct marine ichnofacies.
There was no single image that was best describes the preserved morphological information, but a collage of the images used together can elucidate first order depositional features that can be used to condition facies 3D models.
for substantial preservation of the underlying diatreme facies, and thus of a
The differences in the siliciclastic grain size composition of the Blidene Formation in the Latvian and Estonian sections can be explained by different location of sections in relation to the facies belts of the palaeobasin.
3) Other syndromes with similar facies include myotonic dystrophy, Langer-Giedion syndrome, DiGeorge syndrome, and trichorhinophalangeal syndrome.
In order to investigate the geologic factors affecting delta geometry, facies, and sediment grainsize distribution, a tank was constructed in which small-scale physical models of deltas can develop.
Rubble horizons containing broken rugose corals that are not in growth position are interpreted as wash over facies that were deposited behind the mound crest during storms.
C-17 Ford), and described the facies relationships among the three formations of the New Harmony Group.
Philia facies material from the site has been particularly important in considering the nature and significance of this archaeological entity, and in developing models to explain the rapid transformation of technology and economy which marks the introduction of the Bronze Age in Cyprus.
The Gatesville stratigraphic section is here interpreted as one of transgression from the nonmarine sand facies of the Paluxy Formation, through the shallow marine, oyster bank facies of the Walnut Formation.