mineral kingdom


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mineral kingdom

n.
The group of natural objects and substances that are composed only of inorganic matter.

mineral kingdom

n
(Geological Science) all nonliving material, esp rocks and minerals. Compare animal kingdom, plant kingdom

min′eral king`dom


n.
minerals or inorganic substances collectively (contrasted with animal kingdom, vegetable kingdom).
[1685–95]
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Noun1.mineral kingdom - all inorganic objectsmineral kingdom - all inorganic objects; contrasts with animal and plant kingdoms
kingdom - a basic group of natural objects
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References in classic literature ?
Is thought an attribute also of the mineral kingdom?"
Are construction minerals part of the mineral kingdom? Actually, a rock is composed of minerals, but is not a single mineral itself.
They opened their new mineral business, called Mineral Kingdom of Woodmere, out of their home in Woodmere, New York in 1973.
Washington, Nov 14 (ANI): Scientists at the Carnegie Institution in the US have found that the mineral kingdom co-evolved with life, and that up to two thirds of the more than 4,000 known types of minerals on Earth can be directly or indirectly linked to biological activity.
Phosphorus comes from the mineral kingdom, from the third row of the periodic table.
Miguel enjoyed visiting the Harvard Mineralogical Museum, and it was there that he became impressed with the variety of the mineral kingdom and the beauty of exceptional specimens.
Both are members of the mineral kingdom. The theme of Cecilia's case was sensitivity.
The other works include Paul Desautels' The Mineral Kingdom (1968), Peter Bancroft's Gem & Crystal Treasures (1984), Wendell Wilson and Joel Bartsch's Masterpieces of the Mineral World (2004), Wendell Wilson's The Joseph A.
In this case, the emphasis on achievement, expectations, performance, and the sphere of work led us to the mineral kingdom. We chose the medicine, Cuprum metallicum (copper), which is well-known to address cramping and spasms anywhere in the body, but very much in the gastrointestinal tract.