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- ‘Fractures due to faulting were found to traverse and brecciate the fluorite and calcite in some places.’
- ‘The cherts are easily crushed and brecciate even along minor faults.’
- ‘The explosive expansion brecciates and mixes the magmatic and sedimentary material.’
- ‘In the impact point the target rock and the projectile will vaporize, melt and brecciate.’
- ‘As the impacting body forces its way into the Earth's crust, it brecciates and melts the rocks in its way.’
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