diachronous

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diachronism (daɪˈækrəˌnɪzəm)
 
n
geology the passage of a geological formation across time planes, as occurs when a marine sediment laid down by an advancing sea is noticeably younger in the direction of advancement
 
di'achronous
 
adj

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