penetratively


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Synonyms for penetratively

with ability to see into deeply

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Instead of focusing on seeking serious approaches to deal with such a penetratively valuable agreement, the ruling group was intending through logistical obstacles to impede the implementation of the CPA, since the beginning of the process.
According to Rangin (1982) it corresponds to an overthrust (nappe emplaced upon the Upper Triassic San Hipolito Formation); but, according to Sedlock (1988), Radelli and Castro (1993), and Radelli (1994) this contact is a low angle normal fault, which is in agreement with the fact that said volcanics are not penetratively deformed, as one would expect in a formation having traveled from afar.
The rock is penetratively foliated with the foliation mainly defined by oriented white mica and elongated trails of epidote.
But while the Kent seamer and Angus Fraser, whose ten overs cost 30 runs, bowled economically and in the former's case, penetratively, Darren Gough and Mullally both went for five an over.
It is a composite terrane structurally subdivided into the penetratively deformed Hope Valley terrane and the less deformed Esmond-Dedham terrane, separated by the inferred Pennsylvanian Hope Valley shear zone in western Rhode Island (Fig.