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1 An embankment made of earth and rock, for example to prevent a spill from spreading or to prevent flooding.
2 A steeply inclined layer of intrusiveigneous rock, formed from cooling magma, that is relatively resistant to erosion and is discordant and cuts across existing layers.
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