concretion


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Synonyms for concretion

the formation of stonelike objects within a body organ (e

an increase in the density of something

the union of diverse things into one body or form or group

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Concretions are a mixed blessing for maritime archeologists: Although they can help preserve the artifacts they encase, they also conceal their contents.
In the third religious lecture, this same Jesus who preaches loving kindness and perfect equality consequently emerges as the Hartleian principle of concretion at the center of the ball: "We find in Jesus nothing of that Pride which affects to inculcate benevolence while it does away every home-born Feeling, by which it is produced and nurtured .
Odd-shaped crusty coverings or concretions are X-rayed first to discover what's inside.
Therefore, the Janus-faced countenance of knowledge in its concretion appears, on the one hand, in its application as technology and, on the other, in its store as culture.
THIS PRESS RELEASE CONCRETION TO CASH EARNINGS AND REPORTED EARNINGS THAT WILL BE REALIZED FROM THE PROPOSED MERGER; (B) THE IMPACT ON REVENUES OF THE PROPOSED MERGER, INCLUDING THE POTENTIAL FOR ENHANCED REVENUES AND THE IMPACT ON REVENUES OF CONSOLIDATION OF RETAIL BRANCHES AND OTHER OPERATIONS AS PLANNED; (C) AHMANSON'S STOCK PURCHASE PROGRAM; AND (D) THE RESTRUCTURING CHARGES EXPECTED TO BE INCURRED IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROPOSED MERGER.
Tardy Y, Nahon D (1985) Geochemistry of laterites, stability of Al-goethite, A1-hematite and Fe-kaolinite in bauxites and ferricretes: an approach to the mechanism of concretion formation.
The group exhibition "E[currency]ehirsel Anlatym" (City Lyrics) by artists GE-lhan, Mustafa Demirpence and E[pounds sterling]mmE-han TunctE-rk at the ystanbul-based Deyim Gallery tells the sad story of concretion of cities departing from the case of ystanbul.
For determination of average heating value in every oil shale layer with concretion ([Q.
The lengths of the pieces were 74mm, 70mm and 46mm long, with diameters varying between about 10mm in their lower part and more than 30mm for a concretion on one of the pieces, probably representing the part where it was attached to the ceiling.
A concretion is a stack of sedimentary rock made up of a mineral cement, deposited by groundwater that flows through pores between the grains of sediment.
and certain other substances that encourage stickiness and concretion formation.
It is the first concretion from thought to reality.
This work is by no means necessarily anti-theoretical, but its principles include concretion, specificity, and, most importantly, plausibility or likelihood.