geological era

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  • noun

Synonyms for geological era

a major division of geological time

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Thus in Marmagne the unfathomably distant time of a remote geological era merges with the infinitesimal, with the minimal and imperceptible time of the slow, everyday mutation of things: a passing cloud, dry twigs floating by, a flower, the ruffling of the surface, the nature that lines the water sinking into the vegetation filling one of the basins.
When i was a youngster a geological era or two ago Oriental gents came in three varieties (our world view was shaped by derring-do tales of the less cerebral kind): inscrutable, fiendish or both.
Author MacDonald examines the Hills from the geological era through to the present day.
in the ancient southern highlands, pointing to an active role by water in Mars's earliest geological era, the Noachian period, 4.
QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: In which geological era do we live now?
Each landing site highlights a different geological era of the planet.
It seems an anomaly on a massive scale to think that hippies used to pay good money at the end of the sixties to listen to guitar solos that started in one geological era and finished in another, or to witness a drum solo that sounded like the congress of tortoises on Viagra.
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