Eolian

NOUN
  1. a member of one of four linguistic divisions of the prehistoric Greeks
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  • Now we are circling Stromboli, from the Greek strongyle for round, a perfect volcanic cone rising from the sea, most famous of the Aeolian Islands. Latter-Day Odyssey
  • His main research focus is on aeolian geomorphology, the movement of sediment by the wind and the resulting landforms produced. Contributor: Jeffrey A. Lee
  • To open the concert, William Neil gave a powerful account of J.S. Bach's "Fantasia" and Fugue in G Minor, BWV 542, on the church's magnificent Aeolian-Skinner organ. From City Choir of Washington, triumph out of tragedy
  • If you click on the link to see the whole image which I recommend you'll see much more of that gray material -- I just pulled out the part of the image that has aeolian features in it. SETI Institute: Life at the SETI Institute: Lori Fenton -- Sand Seas of the Solar System
  • Other processes that are, however, important on local scales include aeolian, lacustrine, and pedogenic processes.
  • Quartz grains are angular, suggestive of eolian origin.
  • This paper shows the advantages of combining geophysical and geochronological techniques to investigate the age, migration and accumulation of aeolian sand.
  • Trace fossils from carbonate eolian environments of Quaternary age usually represent burrows, nests or trackways of terrestrial insects, such as wasps, or arachnids.
  • When reading the production of another, the tones of his voice became a merit-thermometer, a sort of Aeolian-harp-test; in the flat parts his voice was unimpassioned, but if the gust of genius swept over the wires, his tones rose in intensity, till his own energy of feeling and expression kindled in others a sympathetic impulse, which the dull were forced to feel, whilst his animated recitations threw fresh meaning into the minds of the more discerning. Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey
  • Short-term effects of aeolian sand and dust, Yamal Region, northwest Siberia, Russia. Climate change impacts on the Yamal Nenets of northwest Siberia
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