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greywacke

(ˈɡreɪˌwækə) or

graywacke

n
(Geological Science) any dark sandstone or grit having a matrix of clay minerals
[C19: partial translation of German Grauwacke; see wacke]
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He said: "Our bestselling bottles at Great Western Arcade, which should be equally popular here, are the Luigi Bocca malbec and Greywacke sauvignon blanc.
There are producers in New Zealand who make Sauvignon I greatly admire such as Seresin, Greywacke, and Dog Point to name a few.
Typically, sandstones and mudstones of the Ordovician Adaminaby Group in this study area are also associated with shale, carbonaceous shale, greywacke, chert, quartzite, phyllite and slate (Glen et al.
WHITE Light House Wines does Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc at PS16.
Mineralization of the Lantern deposit is generally hosted within fine-grained, iron-rich siltstones and to a lesser extent in silica nodular greywacke units.
Autumn-colored trees line The Pond (35); snowdrifts blanket Strawberry Fields (106) and Greywacke Arch (20); and aerial shots provide bird's-eye views revealing design layouts of areas such as Conservatory Water, giving a perspective readers could never get by visiting the park.
In his scheme majority of the sandstone samples plot on the boundary between greywacke and litharenite field showing a tight linear pattern (Fig.
The spine of the country is made up of the Greywacke Mountains, which start gently in the north and grow ever more precipitous as they turn into the Southern Alps.
The bottom Conglomerate Member consists predominantly of a series of thick beds of conglomerate, sandy conglomerate and greywacke.
In the petrographic analysis of concrete cores, it was found that almost 38% of total aggregates including greywacke, gneiss and quartzite were reactive and responsible for the ASR (Chaudhry and Zaka, 1998).
In 2009 he created his own label, Greywacke, that has unsurprisingly attracted plenty of attention and admirers.