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cortex
/ kɔːrteks /

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ETYM Latin, bark. Related to Cork.
Outer part, rind; gray matter of the brain.
The tissue forming the outer layer of an organ or structure in plant or animal.
In biology, the outer part of a structure such as the brain, kidney, or adrenal gland. In botany the cortex includes non-specialized cells lying just beneath the surface cells of the root and stem.

crust
/ krəst /

imenica

Sinonimi:
incrustation · encrustation · Earth's crust · gall · impertinence · impudence · insolence · cheekiness · freshness

ETYM Latin crusta: cf. Old Fren. crouste, French croűte.
The outermost part of the structure of Earth, consisting of two distinct parts, the oceanic crust and the continental crust. The oceanic crust is on average about 10 km/6.2 mi thick and consists mostly of basaltic types of rock. By contrast, the continental crust is largely made of granite and is more complex in its structure. Because of the movements of plate tectonics, the oceanic crust is in no place older than about 200 million years. However, parts of the continental crust are over 3 billion years old.
Beneath a layer of surface sediment, the oceanic crust is made up of a layer of basalt, followed by a layer of gabbro. The composition of the oceanic crust overall shows a high proportion of silicon and magnesium oxides, hence named sima by geologists. The continental crust varies in thickness from about 40 km/25 mi to 70km/45 mi, being deeper beneath mountain ranges. The surface layer consists of many kinds of sedimentary and igneous rocks. Beneath lies a zone of metamorphic rocks built on a thick layer of granodiorite. Silicon and aluminium oxides dominate the composition and the name sial is given to continental crustal material.
1. A hard outer layer that covers something; SYN. incrustation, encrustation.
2. The outer layer of the Earth; SYN. Earth's crust.
3. The trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties; SYN. gall, impertinence, impudence, insolence, cheekiness, freshness.

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crust
/ krəst /

imenica

Sinonimi:
incrustation · encrustation · Earth's crust · gall · impertinence · impudence · insolence · cheekiness · freshness

ETYM Latin crusta: cf. Old Fren. crouste, French croűte.
The outermost part of the structure of Earth, consisting of two distinct parts, the oceanic crust and the continental crust. The oceanic crust is on average about 10 km/6.2 mi thick and consists mostly of basaltic types of rock. By contrast, the continental crust is largely made of granite and is more complex in its structure. Because of the movements of plate tectonics, the oceanic crust is in no place older than about 200 million years. However, parts of the continental crust are over 3 billion years old.
Beneath a layer of surface sediment, the oceanic crust is made up of a layer of basalt, followed by a layer of gabbro. The composition of the oceanic crust overall shows a high proportion of silicon and magnesium oxides, hence named sima by geologists. The continental crust varies in thickness from about 40 km/25 mi to 70km/45 mi, being deeper beneath mountain ranges. The surface layer consists of many kinds of sedimentary and igneous rocks. Beneath lies a zone of metamorphic rocks built on a thick layer of granodiorite. Silicon and aluminium oxides dominate the composition and the name sial is given to continental crustal material.
1. A hard outer layer that covers something; SYN. incrustation, encrustation.
2. The outer layer of the Earth; SYN. Earth's crust.
3. The trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties; SYN. gall, impertinence, impudence, insolence, cheekiness, freshness.

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imenica

incrustation
/ ɪnkrʌsteɪʃn̩ /

imenica

ETYM Latin incrustatio: cf. French incrustation. Related to Incrust.
1. The act of incrusting, or the state of being incrusted.
2. A crust or hard coating of anything upon or within a body, as a deposit of lime, sediment, etc., from water on the inner surface of a boiler.
3. A covering or inlaying of marble, mosaic, etc., attached to the masonry by cramp irons or cement.
4. Anything inlaid or imbedded.

peel
/ piːl /

imenica

(Homonym: peal).
1. The rind of a fruit.
2. A thin layer of organic material that is embedded in a film of collodion and stripped from the surface of an object (as a plant fossil) for microscopic study.
3. Chemical peel.
4. A usually long-handled spade-shaped instrument that is used chiefly by bakers for getting something (as bread or pies) into or out of the oven.
5. Medieval small massive fortified tower along the Scottish-English border — called also peel tower.

rind
/ raɪnd /

imenica

ETYM AS. rind bark, crust of bread; akin to Old High Germ. rinta, German rinde, and probably to Eng. rand, rim; cf. Skr. ram to end, rest.
A hard outer covering or skin on food.

shell
/ ʃel /

imenica

Sinonimi:
eggshell · case · casing · racing shell

ETYM Old Eng. shelle, schelle, as. scell, scyll; akin to Dutch shel, Icel. skel, Goth. skalja a tile, and Eng. skill. Related to Scale of fishes, Shale, Skill.
1. A rigid covering that envelops an object.
2. The exterior covering of a bird's egg; SYN. eggshell.
3. The hard usually fibrous outer layer of some fruits especially nuts.
4. The outer covering or housing of something; SYN. case, casing.
5. A very light narrow racing boat; SYN. racing shell.
The hard outer covering of a wide variety of invertebrates. The covering is usually mineralized, normally with large amounts of calcium. The shell of birds' eggs is also largely made of calcium.
Trade name of the Anglo-Dutch oil-development and exploration concern Royal Dutch/Shell Group, one of the world's biggest companies, formed 1907.
Shell is the world's largest oil and gas producer, with the largest oil reserves, and is responsible for 5% of the world's oil and gas production. It has 2,000 operating companies worldwide. It is also the world's largest retailer, with (1994) 40,000 gasoline stations in 100 countries. Its sales turnover in 1992 amounted to more than the gross national product of any country except the 23 richest.
The company abandoned plans to dump a disused oil-storage platform in the north Atlantic Ocean June 1995 in the face of widespread protests spearheaded by the environmentalist group Greenpeace.
The business originated in the early 19th century with a curio shop in E London that sold shell ornaments; by 1830 the dealer, Marcus Samuel, had built up an international trade in copra and oriental artifacts. From 1897 the company dealt in oil and kerosene (paraffin oil) and was consolidated as the Shell Transport and Trading Company, amalgamating with the Royal Dutch Petroleum Company 1907.

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