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The press in the age of conglomerates.
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Taken from Power without responsibility, chapter 7, pp.78-113.
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Conglomerate fragments look quite similar to postglacial conglomerates, but the age and origin of the fragments have not been definitely known. POSTGLACIAL CONGLOMERATES Occurrence of Postglacial Cement Postglacial conglomerates have been created in limestone-bearing gravel deposits of the Appalachian Plateau by carbonate cementation (Fig.
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