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  1. That was the top stratum.
  2. A stratum of Kirwan's stell-stein.
  3. A stratum of coal, half an inch thick.
  4. A stratum of red mica slate, about four feet thick.
  5. All institutions and stratum of the Northern Ireland State.
  6. The quartz is mostly greenish, probably coloured by the next stratum.
  7. Macnock and he would accept only clients in that wealth stratum as his patrons.
  8. On the other hand, the idea of entering an ancient stratum piqued his interest.
  9. Finally he said, The corresponding strait is in an ancient stratum or isolate of the S-Em.
  10. Even if desirable theoretically, it belongs to another and long-succeeding sociological stratum.
  11. It is not that the worthless attach themselves to the highest stratum of society, but, on the contrary.
  12. This stratum may be traced, at different intervals, one hundred and eighty feet along the drift towards its mouth.
  13. The kind of formation in which it is found, and a specimen of the stratum, or at least of the rock, which contained it.
  14. And this civilisation made animal its civilians until they died and their bones became lost in another stratum of decay.
  15. It is desirable that this rock exhibit remains of petrifactions similar to those found in the stratum from which it has been drawn.
  16. Some suppose that it is imposed on the granite; and others, that a thin stratum of slate is interposed between the coal and granite.
  17. The important point then is, not to mix those which are found separate, nor to separate those which are found associated in the same stratum.
  18. It is important to designate, by the same mark, all the petrifactions unquestionably found in the same stratum, or at least in the same formation.
  19. Murchison at their head, were until recently convinced that we beheld in the organic remains of the lowest Silurian stratum the first dawn of life.
  20. But in general there is a stratum of mica slate a few rods wide between these rocks, and not unfrequently gneiss lies between the mica slate and granite.
  21. It is a Russian type, but since it is taken from the most highly cultured stratum of the Russian people, I have the honour of being a representative of it.
  22. Then came a few guests belonging to a lower stratum of society—people who, like the Epanchins themselves, moved only occasionally in this exalted sphere.
  23. To every specimen that may be transmitted, a label should be attached, stating either the kind of rock or stratum to which it belonged, or its precise locality.
  24. On the other side there was an interstice of above a quarter of an inch left between the stratum of tin embracing the copper, and that embracing the zinc plates.
  25. In his autobiography, therefore, Proctor provided evidence that he aspired to achieve the higher, second stratum that he called the heirs of the missions schools.
  26. My thought was this: what if I was in a stratum and couldn’t get from here to somewhere else? More importantly, what if others couldn’t get from somewhere else to here?
  27. Whilst all the landscape was in neutral shade his companion's face, which was the focus of his eyes, rising above the mist stratum, seemed to have a sort of phosphorescence upon it.
  28. They were all on the one stratum, hollowed out of some soft rock which lay between the volcanic basalt forming the ruddy cliffs above them, and the hard granite which formed their base.
  29. Cuvier used to urge that no monkey occurred in any tertiary stratum; but now extinct species have been discovered in India, South America and in Europe, as far back as the miocene stage.
  30. And, as if to make the case as striking as possible, this cirripede was a Chthamalus, a very common, large, and ubiquitous genus, of which not one species has as yet been found even in any tertiary stratum.
  31. In the genus Lingula, for instance, the species which have successively appeared at all ages must have been connected by an unbroken series of generations, from the lowest Silurian stratum to the present day.
  32. Once it chanced that I stood in the very abutment of a rainbow's arch, which filled the lower stratum of the atmosphere, tinging the grass and leaves around, and dazzling me as if I looked through colored crystal.
  33. The traveller's attention is continually excited by cavities in the earth, where the temporary rivulets, proceeding from rains, make a sudden exit through perpendicular perforations in the upper stratum of the rock.
  34. The under surface of the projecting stratum of calcareous stone, and the sides that supported it, were incrusted with a coating of clear, white saltpetre, that came off in flakes, from a quarter of an inch to an inch or more in thickness.
  35. The Epanchins liked to draft among their more elevated guests a few picked representatives of this lower stratum, and Lizabetha Prokofievna received much praise for this practice, which proved, her friends said, that she was a woman of tact.
  36. One moment the whole desert was hidden with the rolling fleecy billows, piled mountainously, stratum above stratum; the next, the sun shone from a cloudless sky on a naked desert —no longer empty, but thronged with the living pageantry of war.
  37. Not that it suffices to study the Principles of Geology, or to read special treatises by different observers on separate formations, and to mark how each author attempts to give an inadequate idea of the duration of each formation, or even of each stratum.
  38. Why then is not every geological formation and every stratum full of such intermediate links? Geology assuredly does not reveal any such finely graduated organic chain; and this, perhaps, is the most obvious and serious objection which can be urged against my theory.
  39. Consequently, if the theory be true, it is indisputable that before the lowest Cambrian stratum was deposited long periods elapsed, as long as, or probably far longer than, the whole interval from the Cambrian age to the present day; and that during these vast periods the world swarmed with living creatures.
  40. The earth is not a mere fragment of dead history, stratum upon stratum like the leaves of a book, to be studied by geologists and antiquaries chiefly, but living poetry like the leaves of a tree, which precede flowers and fruit—not a fossil earth, but a living earth; compared with whose great central life all animal and vegetable life is merely parasitic.
  41. The pressure which forces the gas out with such tremendous power that it sometimes reaches 1,000 pounds pressure per square inch, is not due to the pressure of the gas itself, but to the hydrostatic pressure brought to bear by the column of salt water that enters the porous stratum of rock containing the gas at the sea-level, and which by its weight tends to force the gas out.
  42. This belief was confirmed by his experience of women, which, having latterly been extended from the cultivated middle-class into the rural community, had taught him how much less was the intrinsic difference between the good and wise woman of one social stratum and the good and wise woman of another social stratum, than between the good and bad, the wise and the foolish, of the same stratum or class.
  43. The water contained in the ground, (that is, in that part which is within the reach of a freezing temperature) by congealing, expands and demands more space; a movement must necessarily take place in the direction where there is the least resistance; this will evidently be upward, because the atmosphere, the only counteracting power in this direction, cannot resist the expansion of the freezing water as much as it is resisted by the earth below the freezing stratum.
  44. Having learned by experience, sometimes in one generation, sometimes in several, how utterly worthless are the fruits of violence, men abandon those vices acquired by the passion for riches and power, and growing more humane, they lose their positions, being crowded out by others who are less Christian and more wicked; whereupon they fall back into a stratum, which, though lower in the social scale, is higher in that of morality, thus increasing the mean level of Christian consciousness.
  45. The sandstone is for the most part gray, in some parts spotted red and brown, forming, as the section represents, the last stratum seen; the beds of sandstone are but a few inches in thickness, and the last (17) becomes less than an inch; it is probable, however, from the relative situation, from the dip and direction, that these strata are a continuation of others seen on the other side of the hill, where they are of sufficient thickness to have been quarried for the purposes of architecture.
  46. There is so much written and said about you! I came here today with anxious curiosity; I wished to see for myself and form my own convictions as to whether it were true that the whole of this upper stratum of Russian society is worthless, has outlived its time, has existed too long, and is only fit to die—and yet is dying with petty, spiteful warring against that which is destined to supersede it and take its place—hindering the Coming Men, and knowing not that itself is in a dying condition.

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