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Synonyms for crust

Synonyms for crust

Synonyms for crust

a hard outer layer that covers something

form a crust or form into a crust

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The scheme comprises a fuzzy controller, based on a rule base, determined with the help of the mathematical model of the crust formation process.
We refer to the index provided by the syringe method as 'infiltrability through simulated crusts' because all the main processes that contribute to crust formation, such as input of mechanical energy, dispersion of clay, slaking of aggregates, and deposition of fine material at the soil surface or within pores, are accommodated in the method.
2000a, The Lithoprobe Abitibi-Grenville transect: two billion years of crust formation and recycling in the Precambrian Shield of Canada: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v.
There is crust formation, which lifts with the wool leading to downgrading of the fleece; lambs often have crusty lesions of the mouth and ears.
During the first two weeks, there is a crust formation that will fall off as it dries.
Noman Latif briefed at the site about the research outcomes and issues at CP system, crust formation of soil and availability of low organic matter.
In the case of Earth, there followed crust formation, the development of an atmosphere, and plate tectonics, among other geologic processes, so the evidence for this early period is no longer preserved.
Our patient had a large area of mucosal ulceration as a result of repeated airflow trauma, crust formation, and digital trauma.