Lava

Lava is the molten rock expelled by a volcano during an eruption and the resulting rock after solidification and cooling. This molten rock is formed in the interior of some planets, including Earth, and some of their satellites. The source of the heat that liquefies the rock within the earth is geothermal energy. When first erupted from a volcanic...
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lava

Magma that comes to the Earth's surface through a volcano or fissure.
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Lava

(from the article `St`) ...proved it by voluntarily undergoing an ordeal by fire. Rma, however, banished her to the forest in deference to public opinion. There she gave ...
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Lava

(from the article `Sthanakavasi`) ...meetinghouse (sthanak) rather than at a temple, differs from the Shvetambara sect in its rejection of image worship and temple ritual. The subsect ...
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lava

(L: lavare=to wash) rock that has flowed in liquid form from a volcano or a fissure in Earth's crust. Pillow lava occurs when lava flows out under water, and the outer skin is rapidly chilled, forming a balloon-like or tunnel-like shape.
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lava

[n] - rock that in its molten form (as magma) issues from volcanos
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Lava

• (n.) The melted rock ejected by a volcano from its top or fissured sides. It flows out in streams sometimes miles in length. It also issues from fissures in the earth`s surface, and forms beds covering many square miles, as in the Northwestern United States.
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lava

noun rock that in its molten form (as magma) issues from volcanos; lava is what magma is called when it reaches the surface
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Lava

[color] Lava is a color that is a shade of red. It is named after the color of volcanic lava. This is the color (color #CF1020, shown at right) of fresh lava pouring out of a volcano. The first recorded use of lava as a color name in English was in 1892. ==Variations of lava== ===Dark lava=== The color dark lava is the color of lava that ha...
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Lava

[programming language] Lava is an experimental, visual object-oriented, interpreter-based programming language with an associated programming environment (Lava Programming Environment or LavaPE) that uses structure editors instead of text editors. Only comments, constants, and new identifiers may be entered as text. Declarations are represe...
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Lava

[Ramayana] Lava or Luv (लव meaning `particle`, Tamil: இலவன், Malay: Tilawi, Indonesian: Lawa, Khmer: Jupalaks, Lao: Phra Lao, Thai: Phra Lop, Telugu: లవుడు) and his twin brother Kusha, were the children of Lord Rama and his wife Sita, whose story is recounted in the Hindu epic Ramayana. He founded Lavapuri, that is, ...
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lava

Click images to enlargeMolten magma that erupts from a volcano and cools to form extrusive igneous rock. Lava types differ in composition, temperature, gas content, and viscosity (resistance to flow). The three major lava types are basalt (dark, fluid, and relatively low silica content), rhyolite (light, viscous, high sil...
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Lava

La'va (lä'vȧ; 277) noun [ Italian lava lava, orig. in Naples, a torrent of rain overflowing the streets, from Italian & Latin lavare to wash. See Lave .] The melted rock ejected by a volcano from its top or fissured sides. It flows out in streams sometimes miles in length. It...
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Lava

A general name for the molten rock ejected by volcanoes.
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Lava

A general term applied to igneous rocks such as basalt and rhyolite, that erupted from the earth by volcanic action.
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Lava

A general term applied to igneous rocks, such as basalt and rhyolite that erupted from the earth by volcanic action.
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lava

A general term for molten rock that is extruded onto the surface.
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lava

Any molten material that is extrusive or volcanic, or the rock that forms from a molten extrusive.
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lava

Any molten material that is extrusive or volcanic, or the rock that forms from a molten extrusive.
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LAVA

Laboratory Animal Veterinary Association
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lava

lava (lä'vu) , molten rock that erupts on the earth's surface, either on land or under the ocean, by a volcano or through a fissure. It solidifies into igneous rock that is also called lava. Before reaching the earth's surface, the mixture of solid and liquid rock, and gases, is known as ma...
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lava

lava 1. The molten, fluid rock that issues from a volcano or volcanic vent. 2. The rock formed when this solidifies, occurring in many varieties differing greatly in structure and constitution. 3. First recorded about 1750, from Italian (Neapolitan or Calabrian dialect) lava 'torrent, stream', traditionally from Latin lavare 'to wash'. Originally ...
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Lava

Lava is British slang for semen.
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Lava

Lava is molten rock. It usually comes out of erupting volcanoes.
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Lava

Lava is the general term for all rock-matter that flows, or has flowed, in a molten state from volcanoes, and which when cooled down forms varieties of tufa, trachyte, trachytic greenstone, and basalt, according to the varying proportions of felspar, hornblende, augite, etc, which enter into the composition of the mass, and according to the slownes...
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