Definition of Pisolites

1. pisolite [n] - See also: pisolite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pisolites

pishoges
pishogue
pishogues
pishu
pisiform
pisiform bone
pisiforms
pisketti
piskies
pisky
pismires
piso
pisohamate ligament
pisolite
pisolites (current term)
pisolith
pisoliths
pisolitic
pisometacarpal ligament
pisonia
pisonias
pisos
pisotriquetral joint
pisounciform ligament
pisouncinate ligament

Literary usage of Pisolites

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Mining Engineer (1899)
"These early Eocene pisolites form a comparatively narrow belt, wedged in between the Flysch on the south and the later Tertiary ..."

2. The Non-metallic Minerals: Their Occurrence and Uses by George Perkins Merrill (1910)
"The larger pisolites are composed of numerous concentric shells, separated by ... The matrix in which the pisolites are embedded may be composed of this ..."

3. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Georgia (1904)
"Ten pisolites nearly spherical in shape, ranging from three-eighths to one inch in ... Eight of the pisolites were solid throughout, breaking with a ..."

4. Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland by Royal Geological Society of Ireland (1886)
"In general on the pavement, the aluminous or second ore occurs, in the upper portions of which are scattered pisolites (peas of the miners) of iron, ..."

5. Journal (1886)
"In colour it varies from red through brown to black, some of the latter coloured pisolites shine like graphite; the red ores always are over the others ..."

6. Transactions by American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME. (1895)
"The pisolites also show considerable diversity in structure. ... Thus the pisolites appear to have lost a portion of their substance, so that it no longer ..."

7. The Mining Engineer (1899)
"These early Eocene pisolites form a comparatively narrow belt, wedged in between the Flysch on the south and the later Tertiary ..."

8. The Non-metallic Minerals: Their Occurrence and Uses by George Perkins Merrill (1910)
"The larger pisolites are composed of numerous concentric shells, separated by ... The matrix in which the pisolites are embedded may be composed of this ..."

9. Bulletin by Geological Survey of Georgia (1904)
"Ten pisolites nearly spherical in shape, ranging from three-eighths to one inch in ... Eight of the pisolites were solid throughout, breaking with a ..."

10. Journal of the Royal Geological Society of Ireland by Royal Geological Society of Ireland (1886)
"In general on the pavement, the aluminous or second ore occurs, in the upper portions of which are scattered pisolites (peas of the miners) of iron, ..."

11. Journal (1886)
"In colour it varies from red through brown to black, some of the latter coloured pisolites shine like graphite; the red ores always are over the others ..."

12. Transactions by American Institute of Mining Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME. (1895)
"The pisolites also show considerable diversity in structure. ... Thus the pisolites appear to have lost a portion of their substance, so that it no longer ..."

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