What are non-foliated metamorphic rocks?

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A non-foliated metamorphic rock is one that does not have planar patterns of strain. They are formed where temperatures are high but pressures relatively low, and, equal in all directions. Examples of this type of rock are quartzite, marble, and metabasalt.
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