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intrusion

noun aggression, attack, encroachment, forced entrance, importunitas, imposition, incursion, infringement, interference, interloping, interruption, invasion, irruption, meddling, obtrusion, uninvited attendance, uninvited entry, unlawful entry, unwelcome suggestion
Associated concepts: intrusion of rights, right of privacy, trespass
See also: assault, disturbance, encroachment, incursion, infringement, interference, interruption, intervention, invasion, molestation, nuisance, onset

INTRUSION, estates, torts. When an ancestor dies seised of an estate of inheritance expectant upon an estate for life, and then the tenant dies, and between his death and the entry of the heir, a stranger unlawfully enters upon the estate, this is called an intrusion. It differs from an abatement, for the latter is an entry into lands void by the death of a tenant in fee, and an intrusion, as already stated, is an entry into land void by the death of a tenant for years. F. N. B. 203 3 Bl. Com. 169 Archb. Civ. Pl. 12; Dane's Ab. Index, h. t.

INTRUSION, remedies. The name of a writ, brought by the owner of a fee simple, &c., against an intruder. New Nat. Br. 453.

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Although gravity measurements are sparse in this area, gravity values are higher in the northern part of the study area, and tail off in the southeastern highlands, compatible with an interpretation of a thrust fault transporting a thin veneer of basement rocks over younger sedimentary rocks with no root of plutonic rocks in Baddeck River-St.
Plutonic Power has identified several key geographic locations and has secured rights to develop 22 run-of-river hydroelectric projects in British Columbia, with a design capacity of nearly 1,000 megawatts and the potential to generate enough energy to meet the annual energy needs of more than 300,000 homes.
GE will also have the right to match any equity investment offer that Plutonic receives for a second hydroelectric project, Rainy River.
The NESP is dominated by foliated plutonic rocks consisting of tonalite-trondhjemite (40%), granite (20%), granodiorite (15%) and enderbite, along with subordinate opdalite, charnockite and mangerite (15%).
Until recently, the scientific characterization of plutonic rocks used in antiquity has lagged far behind that of coloured or white marbles, but recent papers by Lazzarini (1987; 1992) and Galetti et al.
This sequence is transected by a series of complex igneous plutonic (tonalite) rocks that together with the interflow sedimentary units have similar characteristics to the adjacent Springpole Gold Project owned by Gold Canyon.
Before that he served as GM at the Plutonic and Granny Smith gold mines, in Western Australia.
In the upper part of the Horton Group, an influx of high-grade metamorphic and deformed plutonic clasts is recorded in the conglomerates, and the percentage of this material continues to increase above a dark fine-grained interval and into the overlying Windsor Group.
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Dampier's project surrounds Barrick's Plutonic gold mining and processing operation and hosts defined Mineral Resources of 553,400 ounces of gold, with an additional substantial inventory of mainly shallow, drill defined gold mineralisation.
After dealing with introductory issues of igneous nomenclature, the order of the chapters travels from the simplest, most abundant, least fractionated products of mantle melting (basalts) and their plutonic equivalents, through to more evolved magma types, and finally to the diverse and mineralogically complex alkali rocks.
Besides Divisi, the groups include Mind the Gap, also from the UO; Outspoken, Oregon State University; Dulcet, Southern Oregon University; Bellevue A Capella, Bellevue College (Washington); PLUtonic, Pacific Lutheran University (Washington); Acquire, University of California, Santa Cruz; and Noteworthy, Brigham Young University (Utah).