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Literary usage of Eruptively
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of Geology by University of Chicago Department of Geology and Paleontology (1906)
"... as Lawson proved, the granite and gneiss have pushed eruptively, though similar bands occur at higher levels among the Keewatin ash rocks and volcanics. ..."
2. Lectures on the Science of Language: Delivered at the Royal Institution of by F. Max (Friedrich Max) Müller, Royal institution of Great Britain (1890)
"... of spiritus asper and spiritus lenis, produced by breath emitted eruptively or prohibitively, ..."
3. English Lands, Letters and Kings by Donald Grant Mitchell (1889)
"hands of one of a bevy of boys or girls, in such tender years, it was pretty apt to run through them all, eruptively — like measles. ..."
4. The Observatory (1897)
"It is a bundle of significant bright lines. A few of these are constant, a multitude casual. The latter emerge eruptively, as the result of vehement ..."
5. The Works of Donald G. Mitchell by Donald Grant Mitchell (1907)
"... book came into the hands of one of a bevy of boys or girls, in such tender years, it was pretty apt to run through them all, eruptively—like measles. ..."