ochreous


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ochreous

[ˈəʊkrɪəs] ADJde color ocre
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gull-fouled, a stone hut/ Bares its low lintel to corroding weathers:/ Across the jut of ochreous rock/ Goats shamble, morose, rank-haired,/ To lick the sea-salt" (lines 16-20).
Mineralogical and chemical evolution of ochreous precipitates from the Libiola Fe-Cu-sulfide mine (Eastern Liguria, Italy).
Environmental, mineralogical, and genetic characterization of ochreous and white precipitates from acid mine drainages in Taebaeg, Korea.
Herbauts J (1982) Chemical and mineralogical properties of sandy and loamy-sandy ochreous brown earths in relation to incipient podzolization in a brown earth podzol evolutive sequence.
of ochreous clay, and few hundredths of carbonate of magnesia and manganese."
is characterized by a double postmedian line and a creamy ochreous and dark brown pattern of the forewing, which it shares only with D.
Ceri Evans, Penrhyncoch, the conservation officer of the Welsh Salmon & Trout Angling Association who has for many years sought some action in this field, said that he and all anglers of the River Rheidol were delighted to learn that work was to start on ameliorating the ochreous discharge from the disused Cwmrheidol mine.
Gull-fouled, a stone hut Bares its low lintel to corroding weathers: Across the jut of ochreous rock Goats shamble, morose, rank-haired, 20 To lick the sea-salt.