The use of outcrops in oil exploration has been noted on other pages (pp. 146-147).
But then the outcrops are all inside the darned mountains, so we are quits.
These outcrops of barbarism are so many revelations of its ancient proclivities.
We hoped to visit the outcrops—Gillies Nunataks—on our return.
From the earliest settlement of the country the outcrops have been resorted to for fuel.
Everywhere hills are to be seen, upon which there are outcrops of rock.
It outcrops in many places,” ran the despatch, “and many small nuggets have been picked out of crevices in the rocks.
The god of turquoise followed his wife, and his footsteps may be traced in outcrops of pale-blue stone.
The outcrops begin near the level of the valley, and continue in a series to an altitude of 550 feet above the valley.
Stringers which in their outcrops bear metals, often disappoint miners, no metal being found in depth.