bouldery


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Adj.1.bouldery - abounding in rocks or stones; "rocky fields"; "stony ground"; "bouldery beaches"
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"
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DAY 5 Altitude 3915m A lot of the mountain is quite bouldery. I jumped off a rock and lost my footing, almost taking out Osi.
Last year's 'metal output was affected by bouldery ore, lower ore grades and other production-related issues as tonnage reached 8.673 million tons' from 9.359 million tons in the previous year, Philex said in February.
"Here, the RSL are active on east-facing slopes, extending from bouldery terrain and terminating on fans.
The bouldery terrain of Hampi and the mesmerizing UNESCO protected monuments are the biggest draw for guests.
Generally the area was differentiated into bouldery (Fan-Proximal facies) and conglomerate, sandstone to siltstone deposits intercalated with mudstone layers (Distal fluvial to lacustrine facies) exhibiting synsedimentary depositional structures.
The site having >50% boulders of the ground cover were considered as bouldery habitat.
Robert, International Institutions and State Power: Essays in International Relations Theory, Bouldery Nueva York, Westview Press, 1989.
Local soil is mainly bouldery gravel, poorly graded but usually very dense.
Even then, despite the upstart saplings that rose no taller than I did from the forest floor, New Hampshire seemed as old as Easter Island and Rip Van Winkle, the oldest things I knew--creaky with age as the pines that groaned their plangent notes when the wind rose; removed and secretive in its bouldery wisdom as the hoary air of autumn.
It is much more bouldery than areas to the south, and Gregory (1956) found that soluble carbonates increase from a few percent to over 17 percent in this moraine.
Some of these bodies form prominent ridges, others are more subtle and form bouldery outcrops.
But the thermal shock wasn't felt by the gargantuan beasts associated with bouldery main-lake structures.