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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 ?
Surgical resection was deemed contraindicated owing to the erosion of the tumour directly through the cribriform plate to the frontal lobe, transgressing the cerebrospinal fluid space.
It extended from cribriform plate of ethmoid bone upto the rostral end of nasal bone in pig (Hare, 1975c) and up to the level of 2nd transverse rugae of hard palate in sheep (Ganga Naik et al., 2004).
(9) In 1962, Keros studied 450 skulls and described 3 types of olfactory fossas which are formed by cribriform plate and the fovea ethmoidalis.
Organisms enter through the olfactory neuroepithelium at the level of the cribriform plate and invade the amyelinic submucosal nervous plexus13.
It enters the nose and traverses the cribriform plate to enter the brain, causing acute meningoencephalitis.
Spontaneous CSF fistulae are most common in the anterior cranial fossa, at the ethmoid roof and cribriform plate. Less common sites include the sphenoid sinus, around the sella or at the inferolateral or pterygoid recesses.2
There is a rigid scleral opening and a collagenous cribriform plate. Myelination is normal beyond the cribriform plate.
Radioactively tagged nanoparticles have been shown in rodents to make their way through the nasal cavity, across the cribriform plate and into the olfactory bulb--part of the brain.
Direct extension from the cribriform plate can cause necrohemorrhagic lesions in the base of the frontal lobe.
The frontal bone was removed, the bilateral olfactory bulbs were exposed, and the cribriform plate was identified.
In the intranasal instillation studies, right and left olfactory bulbs and mucosa (including turbinates and cribriform plate) were removed.
If unchecked, infection can travel to the brain through the orbital apex, orbital vessels, or cribriform plate.
The method of removing the brain by fracturing the cribriform plate and extracting the organ through the nostrils was probably not employed before the Eighteenth Dynasty.[11] Bourriau and Bashford[13] radiographed a Roman Era mummy (30 BC to 323 AD) in which a missing posterior arch on the right side of the atlas suggested that the brain had been removed through the foramen magnum.
The proposed mechanism of CRVO is related to thrombus formation at the cribriform plate. Retinal vein occlusions can occur due to a variety of reasons involving local and systemic risk factors along with anatomical anomalies leading to narrowing of the venous lumen, increase in turbulence, endothelial damage and ultimately formation of thrombus4-6.
It is well known that Neisseria meningitides can penetrate the cribriform plate and reach the meninges causing meningitis.