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Synonyms for mantle

Synonyms for mantle

to cover as if with clothes

to become red in the face

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the cloak as a symbol of authority

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United States baseball player (1931-1997)

the layer of the earth between the crust and the core

anything that covers

(zoology) a protective layer of epidermis in mollusks or brachiopods that secretes a substance forming the shell

shelf that projects from wall above fireplace

a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter

spread over a surface, like a mantle

cover like a mantle

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And the specific composition of the perovskite inclusion in this particular diamond very clearly indicates the recycling of oceanic crust into Earth's lower mantle.
To better understand how that process works, Sarafian needed to know the temperature at which rising mantle rock starts to melt.
The researchers estimate up to approximately 50% of plate dynamics are driven by heat from the Earth's core and as much as 20 terawatts of heat flow between the core and the mantle.
The mantle extends from roughly 7 to 35 kilometers beneath the ground to 2,900 kilometers down.
To serve these roles, the arrangement of the IM-3 collagen fibers, their material properties, or both must accommodate the gradient of strain that is present in the mantle wall; during jet locomotion, the inner surface of the mantle may experience 1.
To filter feed, a scallop opens a gap between its 2 valves, which elevates the eyes on the upper (left) mantle to greater heights (maximum, ~2 cm) above the sea bottom compared with the eyes on the lower (right) mantle.
Mr Mantle recalled the aftermath of his injury which has left him permanently disfigured as he gave evidence at the trial of McGilvray and French.
The rock of the mantle contains tiny amounts of water, which quickly adds up because the mantle is so large.
There are few studies on genetics of shell or mantle pigmentation of Pacific oysters.
Mr Mantle, 55, was performing in the city in March when the incident happened.
A team of US scientists has discovered a layer of magma in the Earth's mantle that may act as a lubricant, facilitating the movement of the tectonic plates.
The mantle section comprises the foliated peridotite that grade into the transition zone dunite.
Mantle cell lymphoma comprises 3% to 10% of non-Hodgkin lymphomas and is typically an aggressive disease with late-stage presentation and poor overall survival.
The Mantle Ranch; a family's joys and sorrows in the beautiful, remote Yampa River Canyon, 2d ed.