Geognostic


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Ge`og`nos´tic


a.1.Of or pertaining to geognosy, or to a knowledge of the structure of the earth; geological.
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mission 1: Drafting of the executive project and of the put (plan of use of the excavated earth and rocks) related to the excavation of the maneuver niches in the la maddalena geognostic tunnel, To the transport and storage of excavated materials and to the lining of the tunnel ; The put must be drawn up according to the italian decree of the mattm n.
In an ad in the Magazin fur Pharmacie for February 1828 the Heidelberger Mineralien-Comptoir (Leonhard still declined to attach his own name to any advertisements) offered a number of "Collections of Minerals, Fossils and Crystal Models," including (1) an oryktognostic collection of 650 mineral specimens organized according to Leonhard's Handbuch der Mineralogie, (2) a gemstone collection of 50 pieces, (3) a geognostic collection of 600 specimens, (4) a pharmaceutical collection of minerals, (5) a collection of 700 minerals of economic value, (6) a fossil collection, and (7) a collection of 123 crystal models.
Those who fancy me a "sentimentalist" and a "fanatic" little know how thoroughly my own bent is for physical science; how I have been trained in it from earliest boyhood; how I am happier now in classifying a new polyope, or solving a geognostic problem of strata .
136/2017 for the assignment of design, Definitive and executive services, Drafting of a definitive geological study, Execution of geognostic surveys, Coordination of safety during the design and execution phase, Preparation of the urban variant, Supervision of works and accounting, Assistance for the completion of the expropriative procedure for the "adjustment of the purifying sewerage scheme n.
We cannot too often bring to our recollection, that every mineral species is to be determined from the aggregate of all the characters, combined with the geognostic relations; a mode of investigation which, independent of the certainty it gives to our determination of the species, prepares us for the higher study of geognosie.