Massive rock

(Geol.) a compact crystalline rock not distinctly schistose, as granite; also, with some authors, an eruptive rock.

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The Dubliner, 33, revealed her fiance had popped the question by posting a romantic photograph of the couple and her massive rock.
For doing these horrible things, Sisyphus was condemned to roll, for eternity, a massive rock up a hill.
It is here, on one of these massive rock faces that the 110-meter Chee Chan Buddha looms so large, as it is carved directly into these rock faces.
Contract notice: Supply of crushed aggregates of massive rock.
He added: "Steven Gerrard has been a massive, massive rock for the family and I cannot even begin to tell you what he has done.
This home also has a massive rock fireplace in the family room, a fantastic kitchen with a huge island, stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops, and upgrades throughout the home.
A Linn County man who farms near Albany could face big daily water-pollution fines from the federal Environmental Protection Agency because he has failed to remove or get permits for a massive rock and earthen dike he built along the North Santiam River.
A source said: "It is a massive rock and there is no hiding it.
He'd completed 2012's Lonerism, the band's sophomore record, and was preparing to embark on a world tour that would cement Tame Impala's place as a legitimately massive rock band--the only one left of its kind, maybe.
Historically known as the Feat Stone, the massive rock is recorded as the heaviest of its kind in Britain because of its irregular shape and weight.
While I was nestled under this massive rock, I also missed the emergence of Pinterest as a legitimate business tool.

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