eburneous

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e·bur·ne·ous

(ē-bŭr'nē-ŭs),
Resembling ivory, especially in color.

eburneous

(ĕ-bŭr′nē-ŭs)
Resembling ivory; ivory-colored.
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Faults with N-S and W-E direction characterize the definitive stability of the Congo craton which would be associated with the Eburnean orogeny.
This complex constitutes the predominant rock group in the basement of Eburnean (about 2000 Ma) to Liberian (ca 2800 Ma) age [9].
The Precambrian Basement rocks of Obajana area, North central Nigeria comprise of schists and gneisses which have been subjected to major supracrustal tectonic events such as the Dahomeyan (3000 [+ or -] 200Ma), Eburnean (1850 [+ or -] 250Ma), Kibaran (1000 [+ or -] 100Ma), and Pan-African (550 [+ or -] 100Ma) (Ezepue and Odigi, 1993).