Definition of Lenticles

1. lenticle [n] - See also: lenticle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lenticles

lental
lentamente
lentando
lente insulin
lenten
lenten rose
lenti
lentic
lenticel
lenticellame
lenticellate
lenticelle
lenticelles
lenticels
lenticle
lenticles (current term)
lenticonus
lenticula
lenticular
lenticular ansa
lenticular apophysis
lenticular astigmatism
lenticular bone
lenticular capsule
lenticular cloud
lenticular clouds
lenticular colony
lenticular fasciculus
lenticular fossa
lenticular galaxies

Literary usage of Lenticles

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1896)
"On Quartzite lenticles in lite Schists of Smith-eastern Anglesey. By EDWARD GREENLY, FGS The author describes the occurrence of numerous ..."

2. The Geology of the Isle of Man by George William Lamplugh, William Whitehead Watts (1903)
"yA, A. Pale band in slaty flags, pulled apart into pebble-like lenticles 1 to 2 inches in length. y, y. Faintly-developed planes of strain-slip. FIG. 24. ..."

3. A Natural History of the British Lepidoptera: A Text-book for Students and by James William Tutt (1908)
"The 7th abdominal segment has many fewer hairs and lenticles in attendance on the spiracles, and the 8th has no spiracle, but only the scar, ..."

4. The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation by James William Tutt (1890)
"The lenticles also have a circle of usually five similar spicules around the black ring, ... Of the lateral lenticles, so prominent in the first instar, ..."

5. Annals of British Geology edited by John Frederick Blake (1891)
"lenticles of quartz. Sometimes the quartz grains and mica segregate into separate patches ; some have oval patches of plagioclase. The amount of alteration ..."

6. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology by Cambridge Entomological Club (1899)
"PSYCHE. diversified, and the tubercles have almost entirely disappeared and been replaced by smooth, shining lenticles, while on the sides of the third ..."

7. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Western Australia (1913)
"A dark grey rock with numerous parallel lenticles of a black mica almost ... The material between the lenticles is a greenish mixture of quartz and felspar. ..."

8. Annals of British Geology (1891)
"lenticles of quartz. Sometimes the quartz grains and mica segregate into separate patches ; some have oval patches of plagioclase. The amount of alteration ..."

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