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Synonyms for plate

Synonyms for plate

(baseball) base consisting of a rubber slab where the batter stands

a full-page illustration (usually on slick paper)

dish on which food is served or from which food is eaten

the quantity contained in a plate

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a rigid layer of the Earth's crust that is believed to drift slowly

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the thin under portion of the forequarter

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a main course served on a plate

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the positively charged electrode in a vacuum tube

a flat sheet of metal or glass on which a photographic image can be recorded

structural member consisting of a horizontal beam that provides bearing and anchorage

a shallow receptacle for collection in church

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a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)

a dental appliance that artificially replaces missing teeth

References in periodicals archive ?
In the young, a UBC is near the epiphyseal plate, migrating distally in time to abut or involve the diaphysis.
A UBC tends to have a conical shape, with a wider or "ice cream cone" base paralleling the epiphyseal plate.
Classically, ABC is a lytic, "blow-out," intramedullary bony lesion exhibiting explosive growth with eccentric expansion with its transverse diameter wider than the epiphyseal plate.
We also captured 52 individuals with cartilaginous epiphyseal plates in their finger joints.
Although cartilaginous epiphyseal plates were not visible in finger joints, its unworn teeth indicate that it was probably a young of the year (we compared tooth wear with teeth of a known volant young of L.
13) Most lesions are localized to the metaphyseal region; however, these lesions may involve the diaphysis and, in individuals with closed epiphyseal plates, may also extend into the epiphysis.
A premature closure of the epiphyseal plates before completion of the normal growth cycle will result in stunted growth - which is not reversible.
At the end of puberty the epiphyseal plates close, terminating the ability of the bones to lengthen.