craterous

craterous

(ˈkreɪtərəs)
adj
of, relating to, or resembling a crater
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She'd tested the water in an aquifer near the steaming, craterous wasteland of a goldmine, and was ordered to fudge the numbers.
The borders of units are generally faulting and in the border of permeating units such as craterous granite (kgr) with craterous limestone the performance of the fault is specified and no metamorphosed are seen, and most of mineralization is done in the border between metamorphosed limestone units and meta-volcanic unit.
So out of Klamath, the lake's end, and a thread of silver river in the desert--and immediately the desert, sage brush, and bare, naked hills, great-molded, craterous, cuprous, glaciated, blasted--a demonic heath with reaches of great pine, and volcanic glaciation, cuprous, fiendish, desert, blasted--the ruins of old settlers' homesteads, ghost towns and the bleak little facades of long forgotten post-offices lit luridly by blazing morning sun, and the unending monotone, the deserted station of the incessant railway--all dominated now by the glittering snow-pale masses of Mount Shasta--the pine lands, canyons, sweeps and rises, the naked crateric hills and the volcanic lava masses and then Mount Shasta omnipresent--Mount Shasta all the time--always Mt.
In Alexandria, the preferred holiday destination for Egyptians, streets are full of craterous potholes and litter.
The locals lower him into a craterous sandpit, at the bottom of which a nubile widow (played by Kyoko Kishida [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) keeps an old shack.
Samuel Daniel's Craterous, from Philotas (1604), and John Day's Dametas, from The Isle of Gulls (1606), are generally agreed to be satirical portraits of Cecil; Day claims that no court figures are represented in the play, then has a character describe Dametas using the vocabulary associated with Cecil: the dwarf "expresses to the life the monstrous and deformed shape of vice" (A2v) and is called the "Court Spaniel" (B4r).
1), a highly detailed, realistic rendering of the craterous surface marked by an array of attenuated, ovoid forms interspersed with meandering furrows, recalling allover Abstract Expressionist painting as well as microcosmic cell cultures.
These publicized subversions, photographs and videos published, for example, in the webpage of Vieques Libre helped a wider community physically absent claim the landscape through particular visual representations of what the Navy had tried so hard to conceal: a craterous landscape filled with military junk.
But she is sure that a Pomodoro sphere--in this case, a big one that once stood in the sculpture garden at UC Berkeley, a pitted, craterous, rather derelict sphere--served as the model for the Death Star, the ruinous Death Star of Return of the Jedi.
One gets a fleeting impression of underwater coral, blue on blue, before the darkened paint, a mixture of blues and reds, fuses that image with an even more fleeting suggestion of the craterous surface of the moon (see plates 14 and 15).
The pitch on Wednesday was perfect for several functions: It would be hard to imagine a better army assault course or a more fitting location to simulate the moon's craterous surface.