n. (context geology English) an underwater vortex similar to a whirlwind. Capable of dislodging, picking up, and moving boulders.
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Usage examples of "kolk".
Though Ghak and Kolk both attempted to dissuade me, I was determined to set out at once, nor did I delay longer than to make a copy of my map to be given to Perry that he might add to his that which I had set down since we parted.
I left a letter for him as well, in which among other things I advanced the theory that the Sojar Az, or Great Sea, which Kolk mentioned as stretching eastward from Thuria, might indeed be the same mighty ocean as that which, swinging around the southern end of a continent ran northward along the shore opposite Phutra, mingling its waters with the huge gulf upon which lay Sari, Amoz, and Greenwich.
I bear a token from Kolk to his father, which will prove that I am a friend.
Among them were Zainub Ashraf, Yitzchak Meirovich, Demetrios Datch, Sonny Lee, Julie Hernandez, Jonathan Lippman, Duncan Long, Kenneth MacPhail, Theodore Obenchain, Monika Tjia, Wouter Kolk, Matthew Ketchum, Rachel Rosenberg, Ondrej Matejka, Leanne Powner, David McCormack, Simonetta Capobianco, Melissa Habel and Jamie Fly.
Although Freud has been famously charged with backing away from the cultural implications of this theory, when he proposed the Oedipus complex and thereby transferred the libidinal activity from the parents to the children, we still find the etiology thesis alive and well in contemporary thinking about trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, as evidenced in the work of Judith Herman and Bessel van der Kolk.