Massive rock

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

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The high energy of the TwisterTrac VS350E's impact creates a massive rock on rock crushing force, which efficiently manufactures a copious amount of fines and sand.
Most spectacular of these rockfalls affected the Bonatti pillar, a massive rock column named after Italian climber Walter Bonatti, that collapsed into a cloud of dust in June 2005.
"I remember my nan cooking outside, she had a massive rock slab and used to crush spices on it with a cylinder tool - fresh spices, garlic, chilli - she would roll it and crush them every morning and cook with them that evening," says the 37-year-old.
ONLY WAY IS UP Jesse holds on, dwarfed by the massive rock
But they pulled out packed lunches and tucked into a picnic as they took shelter behind a massive rock.
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She said that after the discovery of the massive rock wall dating back to the Iron Age, which was part of a large settlement / the ancient city of Salut / by the end of the year 2015, and because of the excavation works, the features of the city became more visible.
Hiking to the Delicate Arch, at Arches National Park, I marveled at how the massive rock formations erode and break down, creating such a beautiful and open archway
In the video, viewers see a windowless room in Chengdu's Ruixi Hotel, flooded with red rose petals, and a round mattress in another part of the towering building; these are contrasted with the austere beauty of massive rock formations found on the side of the road and a wooden rowboat in Eryuan West Lake, sites near the artists' current home in Dali.
"We had an experienced rigging engineer who has travelled the world with all the massive rock bands.
Last year, two massive rock anchors, 16 and 25 metres long, were driven through the rock in order to prevent a breaking apart of the massif.

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