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Having a broken or brecciated structure, formed in the place where it is found as a result of crushing, dynamic metamorphism, or other mechanical processes; e.g., a fault breccia, or a brecciated dolomite produced by diagenetic shrinkage followed by recementation. CF: cataclastic AGI
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms

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