glossic

glossic

a phonetic spelling system in which for each sound the letter or digraph most commonly found representing that sound is used.
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Some of these qualifiers were used as the identifiers of WRB reference soil groups and land use--luvic, glossic, cambic, reductic, retic, albic, spodic and aric.
Ellis called this nomenclature Glossic, and included in his book a comprehensive glossic index (pp.151-181) of all the sounds of English words and phrases.
Tyler, "Fragipan degradation and nodule formation in glossic fragiudalfs of the lower Mississippi River Valley," Soil Science Society of America Journal, vol.
Rainfall simulations were conducted from August 2009 to October 2009 on field plots with a Nixa very gravelly silt loam (loamy-skeletal, siliceous, active, mesic Glossic Fragiudults) in Lawrence County, Missouri.
Soils in the 48 paddocks were 1-2 m sand to sandy loam over massive clay, known locally as Abba sand (Tille and Lantzke 1990) and classified as Chromosolic Redoxic Hydrosol (Isbell 2002) and Glossic Natrudalf (Soil Survey Staff 1987).
Ellis's Glossic, for comparison, also promises the reader a "veeri eezi" way of "giving simbelz faun dhi moast mine-ut foanet-ik anal-isis yet achee-vd" (quoted in Jakobson 458).
The 1997 CNY trial was planted on a Hilton loam (fine-loamy, mixed, active, mesic Glossic Hapludalfs) and the 1998 and 1999 CNY trials were planted on a Dalton Channery silt loam (coarse-silty, mixed, active, mesic Aeric Fragiaquepts).
* In the Arabic-speaking world, Abd el Jawad (1987), Bakir (1986), Haeri (1987), Holes (1985), and Royale (1985) take the position that in such di- (or even tri-) glossic cultures men may wildly hypercorrect toward prestigious phonology [say, pronouncing Quran with a pharyngeal (q)], while dialectal changes from below permit women to increase their use of other newer forms, which vary in different countries.
The soil of the study site is Fuller fine sandy loam, a member of the fine loamy siliceous, thermic family of Albic Glossic Natraqualfs.
Name Code total forest land land 1 Rendzinas Kh, 2.9 1.1 (limestone, Kr pebble, (Kk) shingle) 2 Brown soils Ko, 9.1 4.2 (typical, KI lessive, (Kor) gravelly) 3 Pseudopodzolic LP, 13.1 5.9 soils LPg (glossic, gleyed) 4 Gley-podzols LG, 5.2 13.4 (gley-, peaty) LG1 1-4 Totally PES 8(10) 30.3 24.6 soils soil species Nomination of soil Percentage of soil groups by ESC group from normal mineral soils area (1) on No.
A field study was conducted at the Sand Mountain Substation, Crossville, AL, on a Wynnville fine sandy loam (fine-loamy, siliceous, thermic Glossic Fragiudults) during 1993 to 1995.
The Grenada series (fine-silty, mixed, active thermic Glossic Fragiudalf) consists of moderately well drained soils that have a fragipan.