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ar·e·na·ceous

(ar-ĕ-nā'shŭs),
Sandy; of sandlike consistency.
[L. arena, sand]

arenaceous

(ar?e-na'shus) [L. arenaceus, sandy]
Resembling sand or gravel. Synonym: arenoid
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The basal arenaceous sequence as measured in the Bir anticline (a parasite fold in the southern limb of the main Sherwan syncline) is about 100 m thick and comprises of quartzite at the base and siltstone at top directly below the first appearance of dolomite.
b] on the total proportion of pores sized 25-7500 nm and pores greater than 7500 nm clearly shows differences in the respective relationships for bricks, sandstone and arenaceous marl.
During the repair of Charles Bridge in 1966-1975, in some bridge spans the arenaceous marl rockfill was partially grouted with a cement mix (Colcrete), the loamy backfill and the cob were replaced by screed concrete, which was, according to the project, overlaid with a diagonal mesh of reinforcing steel with a diameter of 14 mm, steel 10425, concreted on both sides with a layer of a total thickness of 0,12-0,20 m.
A widely distributed squamulose lichen of both calcareous and arenaceous soils.
Its consist is largely argillaceous and arenaceous sediments and also substantial dolomite and lava layers.
The limestones are similar to those in the Tibu member but are in part arenaceous.
abundance of arenaceous and calcareous specimens, and comparisons with
3] (to neutralize acid in the cell and to prevent loss of Mg from the chlorophyll center), and arenaceous quartz, ground the tissue into paste, filtered it into a 100-mL volumetric flask, adjusted the volume to 100 mL with 800 mL [L.
These funnel-shaped openings, together with many smaller fractures in the dolomite, are filled with younger grayish orange-pink, calcitic, arenaceous material (Ogallala?
Duque (1982) has observed: "It was the cotton of good quality, the oiticica of the alluvial plains, the mamona of the arenaceous shales, and the caroa of the caatingas that allowed industrious northeasterners to create the industrial park of textiles, vegetable oils, dyes, etc.
However, in some localities it is partly arenaceous, oolitic, intraclastic, and locally posess characters of turbidites (Kassi, 1986; Kassi and Khan, 1993; Kassi and Khan, 1997).
1 m) of arenaceous "brick-red" to mottled-colour sandstone beneath the contact member, which has 15-35 ft (4.