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Synonyms for crust

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Synonyms for crust

a hard outer layer that covers something

form a crust or form into a crust

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When the rainfall intensity increased, cumulative water infiltration decreased because of crust formation on the soil surface, so that at the rainfall intensity of 15 mm [h.
The most common findings on examinations were crust formation (100%), roomy nasal cavity (100%), and turbinate atrophy (100%) shown in almost all patients.
An antibiotic ointment is applied to the treated areas after the procedure, and used as needed until crust formation occurs.
Hess Medal for "outstanding achievements in research of the constitution and evolution of Earth and other planets," notably "his many discoveries, creative efforts and deep insights that have led to the modern understanding of the mantle melting and ocean crust formation along the global ocean ridges.
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.
The oven features sophisticated air-flow and moisture management systems that ensure a high-quality, even bake time after time and allow excellent crust formation.
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.
Calamine lotion will help with the itching and crust formation.
The study was conducted with the following objectives: first, to evaluate three tillage techniques for their effect on soil surface/subsurface conditions particularly, crust formation, bulk density and weed infestation and, second, to evaluate consequences on intake characteristics of a commonly occurring soil in the Pothwar plateau of Pakistan.
During the first two weeks, there is a crust formation that will fall off as it dries.
Chronic lesions consisted of scales, alopecia and raised dense scab-like crust formation on skin at facial, thorax, dorsum, abdomen and at perineal regions (Fig.
Normal inoculation site reactions include up to 5 mm of erythematous induration, which progresses to a bluish-red pustule two to three weeks post-vaccination, subsequent ulceration, drainage, exudative crust formation after four to six weeks, and full healing 10-12 weeks postvaccination, leaving a small residual scar.