What Is the Difference between a Dike and a Sill?

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Dyke or dike and sill are terms used in geology which describes the formation of liquid rock under the surface of the earth. The difference between a dike and a sill is that dykes are formed across or vertical to the rock while sill is on horizontal cracks. However, they are both sedimentary in nature.
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