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Definition of Explorational
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Literary usage of Explorational
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1. International Inventory of Automated Databases in the Geosciences edited by K. D. Gunderson (1996)
"... boulders and other mineral indicators of explorational significance Keywords: Mineral resources, metallogeny, ore minerals, metal ores, ..."
2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1906)
"1151 Hints on explorational mapping, I. 4721 Lands of promise to the explorer and progress of discovery: A. Heilprin, VI. 1031 Qualifications and training ..."
3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1905)
"... would be to secure the completion of explorational surveys to that scale. The system of instruction for travellers established by the ..."
4. Great Companions by Edith Wyatt (1917)
"It represents no explorational verve. It represents the national characteristic which produces "Uncle Tom's Cabin" with two Topsys and two Evas. ..."
5. Investigations of Infra-red Spectra by William Weber Coblentz (1908)
"... carried out various pieces of explorational work, paying attention to observations on distribution, ecology, and desert topography in Texas, ..."
6. The Library of Lewis Henry Morgan by Thomas R. Trautmann, Kabelac, Karl Sanford (1994)
"Now, however, we also see an influx of explorational literature, which reminds us that this was the era of government science. ..."
7. The University Geological Survey of Kansas by Erasmus Haworth, Kansas Geological Survey (1898)
"... obtained by purchase for the University of Kansas from Mr. .Sternberg, Mr. Martin, and others. This in brief represents the explorational work in the ..."