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Also, nodular or kidney-shaped masses of what the quarrymen call plaster-eggs—apparently snowy gypsum.
Points were made from Ft. Payne chert, Bangor nodular flint, jasper or other local materials.
This indicates manufacture from nodular materials, mostly Bangor flint in the area of the type site.
Flints of Strepy type are nodular and partly trimmed into cutting edges, the smooth surface being left as a handle.
Seed vessel quadrangular, nodular, glabrous, containing many oval seeds.
While in the nodular stage the affection is sometimes painful, but with the formation of the ulcer the pain subsides.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
The lymphatics become indurated and nodular, constituting what veterinarians call farcy pipes and farcy buds.
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He had picked up a nodular mass of blue Lias-limestone, which he laid open by a stroke of the hammer, when, behold!
Crystals of zeolites (phillipsite) form in the red-clay as radiate, nodular groups.
The rocks are pale-coloured (yellowish or reddish as a rule), hard, splintery, much jointed and occasionally nodular.

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