WITH all terms in ordinary use there is a looseness of meaning, which, while not in the least degree inconvenient in common language, becomes so when transferred to the would-be-exact nomenclature of science.
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WOODWARD, C. What is a Boulder?. Nature 2, 66 (1870). https://doi.org/10.1038/002066c0
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