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3.an intrusive dike is an igneous body with a very high aspect ratio
6.rock fragments and particles ejected by a volcanic eruption.
8.a mass of igneous rock, typically lens-shaped, that has been intruded between rock strata causing uplift in the shape of a dome.
10.a tabular sheet of igneous rock intruded between and parallel with the existing strata
12.a body of intrusive igneous rock.
14.a stratovolcano, also known as a composite volcano, is a conical volcano built up by many layers of hardened lava
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1.a cinder cone or scoria cone is a steep conical hill of tephra that accumulates around and downwind from a volcanic vent.
2.an opening that allows air, gas, or liquid to pass out of or into a confined space.
4.a dense, destructive mass of very hot ash, lava fragments, and gases ejected explosively from a volcano and typically flowing downslope at great speed.
5.an underground collection of magma
7.a broad, domed volcano with gently sloping sides, characteristic of the eruption of fluid, basaltic lava.
9.a very large igneous intrusion extending deep in the earth's crust.
11.a small area or region with a relatively hot temperature in comparison to its surroundings.
13.a large volcanic crater, typically one formed by a major eruption leading to the collapse of the mouth of the volcano.

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