10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CATACLASMIC»
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Mass Movements in Great Britain
Cataclasmic and sub-cataclasmic failure Cataclasmic rock slope failure is so
termed because it is not literally 'catastrophic', but describes where the failed
mass has disintegrated and travelled to the slope foot or beyond (Jarman, 2002,
Roger G. Cooper, Denys Brunsden, V. J. May, 2007
Communism and Gita: A Philosophico-ethical Study
The progress, according to Marx, does not take place as a gradual development
but the transition from one stage of historical development to the other is
cataclasmic. The laws of progress in human social context operate in the form of
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
Qualifying words: aclastic, anaclastic, anemoclastics, anticlastic, atmoclastics, au-
toclastics, biblioclasm, biblioclast, bioclasm, bioclastics, calamitous, calamity,
cataclasm, cataclasmic, cataclast, cataclysm, clastic, claud- *• cocc- clastothrix, ...
The Naturalist in Australia
There is no resurrecting, phoenix-wise, as in the previously illustrated instance,
from this cataclasmic overthrow. Destruction is thorough and complete. And yet,
as though even now the whole soul of the living organism had not abandoned it,
William Saville-Kent, 2014
Subsistence Agriculture and Economic Development
If either kinship or land communalism were such a principle, then in the absence
of exogeneous cataclasmic forces we should expect every tribal village to remain
tribal and every mir-like organization to preserve its communalism forever.
Threatened Deer: Proceedings of a Working Meeting of the ...
... inviolability of a National monument, the process of erosion will merely
decelerate and, in place of the cataclasmic decline of the last thiry years, the
pace will slacken to a rate rendered more insidious by its very lack of conscious
Global Aerospace Monitoring and Disaster Management
This publication is devoted to the prospects of using aerospace monitoring
potential for new approach to disaster management matter: early warning about
cataclasmic natural events and man-made catastrophes. The International Global
Valery A. Menshikov, Anatoly N. Perminov, Yuri M. Urlichich, 2011
A Short History Of Society: The Making Of The Modern World: ...
The onset of the terrible famines of the nineteenth century – amongst which the
Irish Potato Famine of 1846–50 stands out as the most cataclasmic – could be
put down to the vagaries of nature and natural disaster; disease, overcrowding
Culture, Power, and Difference: Discourse Analysis in South ...
'Crisis' The advice text presents a woman's account of the effects that the
discovery of her partner's infidelity have wrought on their marriage, viz. a
cataclasmic shift from 'the usual ups and downs', to a state where 'the magic has
gone out of ...
Periglacial and Paraglacial Processes and Environments
Cataclasmic cases with rockwall cavities such as Beinn Alligin (Ballantyne 2007a
) are exceptionally rare. Further complications arise with irregular source
geometries such as multiple wedges (e.g. Fig. 3), or where source scarps are
Jasper Knight, Stephan Harrison, 2009