In the eastern portion of Princeton the underlying rock is a kind of micaceous schist, and in the western is granitic gneiss.
The very soil, full of micaceous fragments, sparkles at our feet.
By far the largest portion of it is in the shape of the micaceous oxyde.
Not ordinary black paint, but micaceous, and glittering when ground.
They were formed out of a micaceous stone, but the attempt to unite the fragments was quite hopeless.
Allied to C. micaceus; differs in squamulose and not micaceous p.
The shining substance proved to be, as I had supposed, the micaceous particles of disintegrated granite.
Her eyes flattened, distended, and sparked like micaceous rock in the dark.
It was formed out of a micaceous stone not belonging to Orkney.
The compass is useless on these hills, as they are composed of micaceous iron ore, with brown hematite, which is very magnetic.