1. narrow and long and pointed; as pine leaves
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  • Further collecting on the mine dump during fall 2002 produced additional cubic and octahedral cuprite microcrystals, along with beautiful sprays of tiny acicular malachite crystals.
  • In the same manner I treated the acicular leaves, and portions of the stem separately, both being previously cut up into small pieces, and from both I obtained phenol. Scientific American Supplement, No. 443, June 28, 1884
  • Professors Babcock and Munroe, of Chicago, call the plants either the Hydrogastrum of Rabenhorst, or the Botrydium of the Micrographic Dictionary, the crystalline acicular bodies being deemed parasitic. Scientific American Supplement, No. 385, May 19, 1883
  • As the temperature of its formation becomes higher the acicular nature becomes less accentuated, the needles increasing in size
  • This basic habit varies from squat bladelike individuals to acicular stellate groups and individuals with a tabular cross section.
  • One I like to point to as an example is "acicular" which goes: OEDILF.
  • Sukow suggested that the coloration may be due to aggregates of acicular crystals of copper minerals scattered or concentrated throughout the datolite nodule.
  • Dark green, acicular crystals of actinolite can be collected from this quarry, which is smaller and older than the Metronite quarry.
  • It occurs as bright blue, radiating sprays or spheres of acicular crystals.
  • The Sherman mine has produced small, well-formed, pale blue, acicular aurichalcite crystals associated with cerussite, hemimorphite, smithsonite, rosasite, and barite.
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