Geology The angle of inclination from the vertical of a vein, fault, or lode. (noun)
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Use "hade" in a sentence
"Tio år i Silicon Valley, och allt Murray Swain hade fått ut av det var en bilring, begynnande flint och ett liv som var ensamt och tomt och genomruttet."
"'Tis an odd-looking affair; the collar of it repulses his "ossifer hat" from the top of his "hade;" the tail, long and forked, striking his hams at every step, and two great rusty epaulets on his shoulders -- enough to weigh down a man of less patriotic spirit, and on a less patriotic occasion."
"In reaction to the PRA paper, Pat Newberry , chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers' financial-regulation practice, said the PRA hade made it clear that insurers would need to provide far more precise information and improve the accurate of data going into their internal models."