flow cleavage A type of cleavage which is intermediate between a slaty cleavage and a schistosity. The term has fallen from favour and several authorities (e.g. C. McA. Powell (1979)) recommend that it should not be used in descriptions of cleavage because it implies the mode of origin of the cleavage.
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