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fissility definition

  • noun:
    • Quality of being fissile.
    • Quality of becoming fissile.
    • Quality of becoming fissile.
    • the house of mudstones to split along levels, pretty much parallel on jet of bedding, hence getting called shales.
    • the house of mudstones to separate along levels, just about parallel to your airplane of bedding, hence becoming referred to as shales.
    • the home of mudstones to separate along layers, just about parallel towards jet of bedding, hence getting called shales.
    • top-notch being fissile.
    • top-notch being fissile.
    • Quality of being fissile.
    • The quality of being fissile.
    • the grade of being fissile.
    • the caliber of becoming fissile.
    • top-notch being fissile.
    • the home of mudstones to divide along layers, more or less parallel to your airplane of bedding, hence getting called shales.
    • top-notch becoming fissile.
    • The quality of becoming fissile.
    • Quality of being fissile.
    • The property of mudstones to separate along layers, just about parallel towards plane of bedding, hence getting referred to as shales.
    • Quality of being fissile.
    • The quality of being fissile.
    • top-notch being fissile.
    • the house of mudstones to divide along layers, almost parallel to the airplane of bedding, therefore becoming called shales.
    • top-notch being fissile.
    • the standard of becoming fissile.
    • Quality of being fissile.
    • top-notch becoming fissile.
    • the home of mudstones to split along levels, just about parallel towards plane of bedding, hence getting described as shales.
    • the house of mudstones to split along layers, almost parallel towards plane of bedding, thus getting referred to as shales.
    • Quality of becoming fissile.
    • the standard of becoming fissile.
    • Quality of becoming fissile.
    • The quality of becoming fissile.
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