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Mass of exposed bedrock, standing abruptly above its surroundings, and typically but not exclusively developed on granitic rocks. It may be formed by selective subsurface weathering followed by the removal of the weathered debris, by differential frost-shattering, or as an end-product of scarp retreat under semi-arid conditions.

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