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Q: A calcium-rich nonfoliated rock that is often associated with economically valuable mineral deposits is what ?
A: A calcium-rich nonfoliated rock that is often associated with economically valuable mineral deposits is SKARN. ,
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User: A calcium-rich nonfoliated rock that is often associated with economically valuable mineral deposits is what ?

Weegy: Gneiss.
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Asked 6/4/2011 8:03:03 PM
Updated 107 days ago|3/6/2018 5:16:18 AM
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A calcium-rich nonfoliated rock that is often associated with economically valuable mineral deposits is SKARN. ,
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