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Crnac is an intermediate sulfidation Pb–Zn–Ag epithermal deposit located within the Vardar suture zone of the Central Balkan Peninsula.
The epithermal Pb–Zn–Ag mineralization consists of (i) a series of steeply-dipping veins hosted within the Jurassic amphibolites, and (ii) overlying hydrothermal-explosive breccia with angular (level IV) or rounded fragments of listwanite (surface) cemented by epithermal mineralization.
The mineralization is related to the Oligocene quartz latite dykes that crosscut the Crnac antiform.
Phase separation occurs at a paleodepth of 0.6 to 0.9 km.
Epithermal mineralization developed in three stages: (i) early pyrite–arsenopyrite–pyrrhotite–quartz–kaolinite; (ii) main sphalerite–galena–tetrahedrite–chalcopyrite and (iii) late carbonate–pyrite–arsenopyrite assemblage.
Hank came through the door, pushing a heavy metal table mounted on wheels.
Hank took the opportunity to cup one of her tits in his meaty hand. She was quickly strapped down, her hands over her head, her ankles bound to the lower end of the metal table, far apart, so that her thighs gaped open.
“Unless you agree to give your precious little body to whomever I say.” “No! So far the only pain she felt was from the leather straps cutting into her wrists and ankles.
She writhed and twisted on the table, but the rod went in easily.
” Hammer reached over and twisted a dial in the base of the rod.
Her lithe young body twisted and writhed on the tabletop.
Fine-grained sericite from altered quartz latite is dated at 28.6 ± 0.5 Ma.