subparallel

subparallel

(sʌbˈpærəlɛl)
adj
not quite parallel
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Located 30 kilometres apart, the zones are spatially associated with two major subparallel structures suggesting significant deep-rooted regional-scale systems.
As shown in Figure 6 below, drill results over these large gold in soil anomalies successful identified mineralization associated with a network of subparallel N020[degrees] directed steep shear zones hosting both subvertical and shallow quartz veins of different nature, and strong hydrothermal alteration.
1a, b, 2a) 1.2-1.3 times as wide as long, rectangular in general outline; branchial margins subparallel, slightly convergent posteriorly.
Occasional visible gold has been noted in both drill core and in slabbed rock samples from the property and exhibits textures and mineralization consistent with an epithermal style of gold mineralization in a trend subparallel to the Moosehead-Valentine Lake Trend.
Metasomal segment V: DL carina well developed, LSM and LIM carinae absent, lateral margins granular, VL carinae poorly developed and displaced externally almost to the lateral margins; VSM carinae granular, subparallel, extending the entire length of the segment, placed very close to the VM carina (Fig.
Palpebral furrows weakly defined, subparallel, very gently curved outwards.
2014), the Kinshasa area occurrence of filled subparallel cracks was then further investigated.
Stipitipellis composed of a cutis of subparallel hyphae 2-7 [mu]m diam., incrusted, hyaline.
Paramere broad basally, rapidly narrowing, subparallel through most of length to apical membrane; apex with 2 long, hair-like setae and 4 short, bristle-like subapical spiniform setae along lateral margin; ventrally separate, articulate.
The ridges are closely spaced and oriented subparallel to each other.
They develop from a series of vertically aligned, subparallel systematic joints that, crosscutting many beds, may form a multilayer brittle structure.