Dyke

A dyke (dike) is a ditch or trench, and also an embankment, rampart, or wall. It is specially applied to an embankment raised to oppose the incursions of the sea or of a river, the dikes of Holland being notable examples of work of this kind. These are often raised 12 metres above the high-water mark, and are wide enough at the top for a common roa...
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Dyke

Dyke is slang for a lesbian.
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Dyke

A bank, often used to describe a linear rampart. Early English Term used to describe a style of English Gothic architecture, roughly covering the period 1200-1300.
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Dyke

Vertical or near-vertical igneous intrusion that cuts across existing bedding or foliation in the host rock.
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dyke

In archaeology, a linear earthwork consisting of a line of bank and ditch. Most dykes in Britain are products of the post-Roman period. They may be double or occasionally treble, and were designed...
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Dyke

Dyke noun See Dike . The spelling dyke is restricted by some to the geological meaning.
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Dyke

• (n.) See Dike. The spelling dyke is restricted by some to the geological meaning.
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Dyke

[automobile company] Established in St.Louis in 1899 by A.L.Dyke (Andrew Lee Dyke), Dyke was the first American auto parts business. Dyke also sold early autos, kit car or assembled. In addition to the Dyke name, the company also sold automobiles under the St. Louis (St. Louis Motor Company) and Dyke-Britton names. ==Books by Andrew Lee Dyk...
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Dyke

[slang] The term dyke or dike is a slang noun meaning lesbian; it is also a slang adjective describing things associated with lesbianism. It originated as a derogatory label for a masculine woman, and this usage is still predominant. However, there have been attempts by some lesbian groups to use it as a neutral synonym for lesbian. ==Origi...
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Dyke

Dyke is slang for a lesbian.
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Dyke

[epithet] Jan Hus Memorial in Old Town Square Prague ...
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Dyke

or dike
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Dyke

Thin vertical veins of igneous rock that form when magma enters and cools in fractures found within the crust. Also see intrusive igneous rock.
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dyke

(earth science) In earth science, a sheet of igneous rock created by the intrusion of magma (molten rock) across layers of pre-existing rock. (By contrast, a sill is intruded between layers of rock.) It may form a ridge when exposed on the surface if it is more resistant...
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Dyke

hin, tabular, vertical or near vertical body of igneous rock formed by the injection of magma into planar zones of weakness
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dyke

wall
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Dyke

[surname] Dyke is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: ...
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Dyke

[construction] Dykes or training walls are found in rivers. They area flood defence mechanism. The sediment builds up on the dyke and then the river slows down as a result of this. ...
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Dyke

A long and relatively thin body of igneous rock that, while in the molten state, intruded a fissure in older rocks.
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Dyke

(vein) A long mass of eruptive rock, a dyke (vein) may consist of mineral deposits located between other rocks.
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Dyke

A long and relatively thin body of igneous rock that, while in the molten state, intruded a fissure in older rocks.
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Dyke

A long and relatively thin body of igneous rock that, while in the molten state, intruded a fissure in older rocks.
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Dyke

A tabular body of intrusive igneous rock, crosscutting the host strata at an oblique angle.
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