Had to look this on up. Hypabyssal Intrusions: Intrusions that intrude rocks at shallow levels of the crust are termed hypabyssal intrusions. Shallow generally refers to depths less than about 1 km. Hypabyssal intrusions always show sharp contact relations with the rocks that they intrude.
Hmmm..."sharp contact relations." Confirms that these intrusions are up to no good.
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