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ripple,

v 1. to flow or fall in waves; to undulate as a wave.
2. during relaxation, the continuous wave of tension release that begins at the crown of the head and moves through the body to the toes.
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Rippled beddings in these units have supposedly developed in the shallow sea, whereas ripples of the Lukati Formation have formed in the conditions of undulating bottom relief, in a shallower part of the basin than those of the Tiskre Formation.
Compaction of rippled sediments or decrease in ripple height increases the RI (Tanner 1967; McLane 1995).
4), which may show that the rippled area had a great fetch.