Geikie



Sir Archibald, 1835–1924, Scottish geologist.
Historical Examples

For Professor Geikie, then, it is not yet over-thrown—still less a dream.
Collected Essays, Volume V T. H. Huxley

From here to the end of the paragraph is quoted by Prof. Geikie, loc.
More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II Charles Darwin

Prof. Geikie lived to see very considerable changes in the opinion of geologists on these matters.
James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin

I owed my acquaintance with the late Prof. Geikie to a chance meeting.
James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin

“No wonder Cicero said that he would part with all he was worth so he might live and die among his books,” says Geikie.
How to Succeed Orison Swett Marden

The crossing of the prairies made a great impression on Prof. Geikie.
James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin

Mr. Geikie has lately gone over the entire ground from the point of view of a geologist.
The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen

During this period he corresponded with Prof. Geikie on geological matters.
James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin

Even Geikie has had to abandon his early position, and declare against the theory of his former chief.
Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot

When Geikie joined the Survey, Ramsay was at the zenith of his powers.
James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin

noun
Sir Archibald. 1835–1924, Scottish geologist noted for his study of British volcanic rocks

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