the difference in degree of discoloration, disintegration, etc., of rocks of different kinds exposed to the same environment.
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“Oblivious To” vs. “Oblivious Of”: Are You Using Them Correctly?Oblivious to and oblivious of can both be used the same way. You can generally pick one based on which sounds better in the context of the sentence. Essentially, they both mean that someone is unaware of something. Synonyms Oblivious to and oblivious of share a meaning with a number of phrases, like ignorant of, unaware of, unconscious of, and blind to. Similarly, it may …
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