The ore structures include disseminated (Figures 5(a) and 5(b)), massive (Figure 5(c)), stockwork (Figure 5(d)), veinlet
(Figure 5(e)), and speckled (Figure 5(f)).
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION: ante; anti; atilt; eaten; elate; elite; entail; entitle; event; inlet; ital; late; lateen; latent; latte; latten; leant; leat; leet; lent; levant; levitate; lint; lite; native; neat; nett; nettle; tael; tail; taint; tale; talent; teal; teat; teen; tein; telnet; tenet; tent; tian; tile; tilt; tine; tinea; tint; titan; title; valet; veinlet
; veleta; vent; ventil; VENTILATE; vital; vitta; vittle.
B--Ultra-basic rocks heterology due to hydrothermal solutions in vein or veinlet
forms: In this process the ultra-basic rocks, especially Peridotites are transformed into Serpentine due to Serpentinisation and relatively pure Magnesite and Hontite deposit is formed inside the fractures as a result.
Quartz as elongated fine cavity or veinlet
This species also reveals great intraspecific variation in the branching of longitudinal veinlet
between subapical line and apical margin, even in both wings of the same individual.
A wide variety of calcite veins and veinlet
are present in Lockhart Limestone.
Beige dolomite forms an irregularly shaped veinlet
parallel to the bedding.
Figure 4: A 3 cm-wide high-grade gold vein from Porgera (left) and a 1.5 mm-wide high-grade gold veinlet
from Navilawa (right).
At one point near the western edge of the wulfenite vein's footwall they came upon a 10-cm veinlet
of opaque, massive cream-colored cerussite with galena remnants in its central portions.