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'''bornite '''Cu<sub>5</sub>FeS<sub>2</sub> (peacock ore) Reddish-brown to purplish-blue mineral, iridescent on tarnished surfaces; crystals often rough cubes.
 
'''bornite '''Cu<sub>5</sub>FeS<sub>2</sub> (peacock ore) Reddish-brown to purplish-blue mineral, iridescent on tarnished surfaces; crystals often rough cubes.
  
'''brachiopod '''Solitary marine animal with bi-valved calcite shell. The plane of symmetry is perpendicular to the plane of opening of the valves.
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'''brachiopod '''Solitary marine animal with bi-valved calcite shell. The plane of symmetry is perpendicular to the plane ofopening of the valves.
  
 
'''breccia '''Coarse clastic rock in which the '''clasts '''are angular. ''See ''also '''fault.'''
 
'''breccia '''Coarse clastic rock in which the '''clasts '''are angular. ''See ''also '''fault.'''
  
'''bryozoa '''Small colonial animal with a calcite skeleton consisting of large numbers of tiny tubular or box-like chambers. Colonial form very variable.
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'''bryozoa '''Small colonial animal with a calcite skeleton consisting oflarge numbers of tiny tubular or box-like chambers. Colonial form very variable.
  
'''calcite '''CaCO<sub>3</sub> Colourless or white mineral which is the main constituent of limestone. Crystals when formed (i.e. in '''veins) '''may be tabular or prismatic.
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'''calcite '''CaCO Colourless or white mineral which is the main constituent of limestone. Crystals when formed (i.e. in '''veins) '''may be tabular or prismatic.
  
 
'''Caledonian Orogeny '''''See '''''orogeny.'''
 
'''Caledonian Orogeny '''''See '''''orogeny.'''

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