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They may have been boulders deposited in the district by the ice-drift of the Glacial Epoch.

I have first given such a sketch of the most salient facts as to render the phenomena of the glacial epoch clear and intelligible.

Island LifeAlfred Russel Wallace

Then came the long winter of the glacial epoch—perhaps of a succession of glacial epochs.

I quite agree with what you say of almost certainty of Glacial epoch having destroyed the Spanish saxifrages, etc., in Ireland.

The Glacial Epoch is the subject of the second part of the book.

Lake Morkill probably existed during all or nearly all of the glacial epoch.

Inca LandHiram Bingham

If the disturbance were great enough and of the right nature it might produce a glacial epoch.

Climatic ChangesEllsworth Huntington

Signs of elevation subsequent to the Glacial epoch are common all round the island, especially on the north-west peninsula.

Then he had entered gaily the door of the glacial epoch, and had surveyed a universe of unities and uniformities.

There is every reason to believe that man existed for ages before the Glacial epoch.

WORDS RELATED TO GLACIAL EPOCH

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