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  1. The stalagmite was given as a gift and displayed in a Chinese restaurant in NY as a conversation piece. Some of the photos show how it was displayed in the foyer. It is shaped like a sail on a boat and has a fold on one side as if it is blowing in the wind. There was writing in Chinese applied on the surface that said "good luck in business“.Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Aug 01,  · - A stalagmite is a cave formation or speleothem that rises from the floor of a cave and may be made of minerals, ice, lava, sand, peat, and other materials. They are formed by the accumulation of material dripping from the ceiling of caves. Stalagmites are also found in artificial environments where they are classified as cathemites.
  3. stalagmite A protrusion that can be used in a number of ways. It is stiff, unchanging, and can endure excessive amounts of pressure. It can vary in length and girth, and it usually is very straight and points in an upwardly direction.
  4. In stalactite and stalagmite stalagmite, elongated forms of various minerals deposited from solution by slowly dripping water. A stalactite hangs like an icicle from the ceiling or sides of a cavern. A stalagmite appears like an inverted stalactite, rising from the floor of a cavern.
  5. sta·lag·mite (stə-lăg′mīt′, stăl′əg-) n. A conical mineral deposit, usually calcite or aragonite, built up on the floor of a cavern, formed from the dripping of mineral-rich water. [New Latin stalagmītēs, a drop, from Greek stalagma, a drop, or stalagmos, dropping, both from stalassein, stalak-, to drip.] stal′ag·mit′ic (stăl′əg.
  6. A stalagmite (UK: / ˈ s t æ l ə ɡ m aɪ t / or US: / s t ə ˈ l æ ɡ m aɪ t /; from the Greek σταλαγμίτης – stalagmitês, from σταλαγμίας – stalagmias, "dropping, trickling") is a type of rock formation that rises from the floor of a cave due to the accumulation of material deposited on the floor from ceiling drippings. Stalagmites are typically composed of.
  7. A stalagmite is the pointed formation that rises from the floor of a cave. When you go spelunking, or cave exploring, you'll have to avoid the areas where stalagmites have formed.
  8. stalagmite A stalactite grows down from a cave roof, a stalagmite grows up from the floor. From Cambridge English Corpus This part of the cave consists of 6 large, well-lit rooms full of .

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