also contain scattered crystals of rock-forming minerals (i.e., pyroxenes, plagioclase, and magnetite) and felsic glass.
Duration of stent ranged from 11 to 24 months and in 2 cases significant incrustations
were found in all parts of the stent.
Strzalek, "Calcium carbonate incrustation
and phosphorus fractions in five charophyte species," Aquatic Botany, vol.
From a similar combination of pragmatism and humanitarianism, he sought to encourage the toleration of non-Catholics (Uniates as well as Protestants) and to introduce the main features of 'Josephinism' avant la lettre by pruning the baroque incrustations
of Catholic practice (restricting fast-days, entry into holy orders, abolishing mortmain, etc).
Some form of mechanical agitation, such as surging with a surge block, should be employed while the acid is in the well to help break up incrustations
and to improve the overall efficiency of the process.
Every religion is subject to incrustation
given enough time, It appears to take the Abrahamic faiths about 500 years to so institutionalize whatever the dominant form of the faith is that people rebel against the incrustations
and sterility inherent in over-institutionalization.