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Definition of Gley

Gley
Gley Gley, v. i. [OE. gli[yogh]en, glien, gleien, to shine, to squint; cf. Icel. glj[=a] to glitter.] To squint; to look obliquely; to overlook things. [Scot.] --Jamieson.
Gley
Gley Gley, adv. Asquint; askance; obliquely.

Meaning of Gley from wikipedia

- Gley Lancer is a 1992 scrolling shooter video game developed and published by Masaya for the Sega Mega Drive. The gameplay in Gley Lancer is similar to...
- A gley is a wetland soil (hydric soil) that unless drained is saturated with groundwater for long enough to develop a characteristic gleyic colour pattern...
- Gley may refer to: Eugène Gley (1857–1930), French physiologist and endocrinologist Gley soil, a type of hydric soil Glay (disambiguation) This disambiguation...
- Marcel Eugène Émile Gley (French: [glɛ]; 18 January 1857 – 24 October 1930) was a French physiologist and endocrinologist born in Épinal, Vosges. He studied...
- Surface-water-gley developed in glacial till, Northern Ireland....
- Sandström's description received little attention. Physiologist Eugene Gley first do****ented the ****tive function of the glands in 1891, noting the...
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- describe the defendant, and the accused - Dubois, Unverhau, Schluch, Zierke, Gley and Fuchs, against whom no proceedings were opened - and a former member...
- Wisconsin, white spruce occurs on loam podzols, podzolized gley loams, strongly podzolized clays, gley-podzol clays, stream-bottom soils, and wood peat (Wilde...
- soil (“dry” permafrost); no continuous ice; not seasonal ice. g: Strong gley. h: Illuvial organic matter ac****ulation. i: Slightly decomposed organic...
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