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single thickness of usually some homogeneous substance

an abstract place usually conceived as having depth

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a hen that lays eggs

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make or form a layer

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I've made this bombe with other flavors but have used many kinds of from-scratch cakes for the layers -- sponge, baked meringue.
One must proceed with caution, how ever, since the visual appearance may not correctly indicate the interface of failure if layers are very thin or the colors are not distinct.
The beak's outer shell is made of hexagonal keratin tiles--each about 50 [micro]m in diameter and 1 [micro]m thick--cemented together with an organic glue and piled in several staggered layers.
Once executed, the results are encapsulated back into iSCSI/TCP/IP and returned to the iSCSI initiator driver on the server where they are decapsulated and delivered to the SCSI layer and then the file system.
We have demonstrated the capability to measure thin dead layers with four ion-implanted sample detectors and each segmented into four 1 [cm.
The paired MD stands also act as the binding strand between the two layers resulting in a lower caliper in the overall forming fabric and lower void volume.
Development of pricing and capacity (limits provided) for excess reinsurance layers is tied closely to the primary carrier's underwriting analysis of the account.
This inadequate strength is caused by heat transfer from molten metal into a green sand mold, which leads to a temperature moisture gradient through the mold that has layers of varying strengths.
Also, IBM is the first to combine two different underlying silicon layers that simultaneously maximize the performance of the key transistors used in complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices, which are the foundation for everything from cell phones to PCs to supercomputers.
They study and measure the strength of a slope's snowpack, the accumulation of different layers of snow.
New anti-microbial fabrics wick perspiration and deliver enhanced comfort and performance for under and outer layers
Abstract: A vehicle brake hose has inner tube rubber layer (1), first and second braided fiber reinforcing layers (2), (3) that are provided outside the inner tube rubber layer (1), and an outer tube rubber layer (5) that is provided outside the second braided fiber reinforcing layer (3).