powellite


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powellite

(ˈpaʊəˌlaɪt)
n
(Geological Science) mineralogy a rare mineral with formula CaMoO4, forming tetragonal crystals
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Peaks possible corresponding to: molibdite Mo[O.sub.3] (COD: 96-101-1074), hematite [Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3] (COD: 96-900-0140), calcium ferrite Ca[Fe.sub.3][O.sup.5] (COD: 96-901-3960), powellite CaMo[O.sub.4] (COD: 96-900-9634), brownmillerite [Ca.sub.2][Fe.sub.2][O.sub.5] (COD: 96-900-4372), lime CaO (COD: 96-900-6742), magnetite [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4] (COD: 96-900-2333), srebrodolskite [Ca.sub.2][Fe.sub.2][O.sub.5] (COD: 96-900-3470), goethite Fe[O.sub.2] (COD: 96901-6060), schwertmannite [Fe.sub.8][O.sub.17] (COD: 96-901-5186) and banfordite Fe[Mo.sub.2][O.sub.10] (COD: 96-900-1903) were observed for these catalytic precursors.
(7) Some years before that, in Policing the Crisis, Stuart had pointed out how--before the 1970 election--Edward Heath had sought to square the Powellite circle by planning to combine what would later be called neoliberalism with the strong state that would be necessary to impose it--a strategy which would be implemented successfully through the British coalfield in 1984-5.
Biteikina, "Formation condition of molybdenite and powellite in hydrothermal solutions," Experimental Studies in Mineralogy, pp.
On the Right, it gave rein to the old Powellite politics of "Britishness", and a voice to those left behind by what they see as an aloof cosmopolitanism.
In some cases the matrix is earthy green malachite, while in others it is massive azurite with white to yellow to pale green veinings of microcrystallized powellite. More rarely the pocket zone produced slightly rough malachite pseudomorphs after azurite to 7 cm: Evan had five miniature to small cabinet-size specimens showing the pseudocrystals.
Yet we have something in common, Mr Bercow and I, because the reason he is so detested on the Conservative benches is that he has changed: from Enoch Powellite "send them back" right-wing, hard nut to gay-hugging liberal, either under the soothing influence of his relatively Amazonian partner or as part of a naked, long-term pitch for the prize he has now attained.
Worse still, the Powellite attack on integration so scared lazy officialdom that they colluded with old-guard ethnic leaders to warp a progressive and very British recognition of diversity in the early 1980s into a bureaucratic version of multiculturalism which today keeps many communities closed and separate.
Mr Williams describes himself as a Powellite right-wing Conservative.
isolationism and is sometimes dubbed 'Powellite' (after the late Enoch Powell, a controversial and idiosyncratic High Tory who championed the full political integration of Northern Ireland into Great Britain).
The irony is that some of those workers who left their benches to march in his support in 1968 were the same people thrown out of work in the 1980s when Thatcher's Powellite economics devastated manufacturing industry in the West Midlands.
The television writer Johnny Speight always insisted his comic creation was designed to send up the ignorant bigots of Powellite Britain.
Powellite on Scolecite Nasik, India 6" wide (Powellite crystal 3" tall) ex-collection Joseph Freilich