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Referring to an orderly two-dimensional reticulated or net-like pattern with relative periodicity, seen in cytology specimens, in which the pattern often corresponds to flattened epithelium and occurs when cells respect their mates; thus, it usually indicates a benign process. Honeycombing is also described in imaging and corresponds to patterned fibrosis, calcification or angiogenesis

honeycomb

a structure of waxy hexagonal cells produced by HONEY BEES and in which young are reared and honey stored.

honeycomb

a mosaic of closely packed units with depressed centers giving a honeycomb appearance.

honeycomb ringworm
see favus.
honeycomb stomach
reticulum.
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Our Honeycomb buy-side clients will have access to Interactive Data's evaluated prices as an important additional reference point that can be considered when comparing dealer bid and offer levels for execution," he added.
A resurgence in interest in hollow core panel manufacturing in North America came as late as 2006, when an Iowa company invested in custom fabrication of particleboard (PB)--framed honeycomb core stock panels for furniture (Anonymous 2006), and there are now at least five companies in the United States manufacturing kraft paper honeycomb and wood composite-faced stock panels for packaging and furniture.
The research will examine future growth opportunities in tourism/sailing/water sports and explore how existing strengths, such as academic and industry expertise, in the Honeycomb eligible area can be better exploited to stimulate growth.
In fact, we may think of a honeycomb as lying on the plane S = {(x, y, z) [member of] [R.
Gently fold the yoghurt, honeycomb, fudge, cookies and marshmallow pieces into the cream.
The aim of this study is to apply a suitable analytical methodology to investigation of the static deformation behaviour of sandwich composite made of woven glass fibre and polyvinylester resin composite facesheets and a polypropylene honeycomb core and to evaluate the dependence of geometrical parameters on strength properties of the layered structure.
Honeycomb Creative's Business App Development Division will focus on the development of apps that act as information-focused communication channels between businesses and their customers.
Just Rachel Quality Desserts, of Ledbury, won the dairy category for its honeycomb ice cream and then beat the winners of nine other product categories to take the Special Diamond Award for TASTE - a feat the company achieved in 2009 for its gooseberry and elderflower ice cream.
It is a flexible form of aerospace honeycomb that is fusion-bonded.
Instead of using a multilayer construction with a foamed core, or ribbing or corrugating the pipe wall, it is extruding its AlveHol pipes (from alveolus, a name for a honeycomb cell) with longitudinal cells in the wall, which create a "honeycomb" structure for strength and stiffness, leaving the inner and outer surfaces smooth.
Google will not release the source code for Honeycomb, the version of its Android mobile OS optimised for tablets, until it completes work to make the software better for smartphones and other devices, the company said before the weekend.
The use of sandwich structure consisted of thick honeycomb core and thin laminated composite facesheets is prevailed in safety important objects such as aircrafts, transport means, vessels and pipes due not only to the various advantages in terms of stiffness, stability and weight savings, but the good energy absorption under impact, also, because the risk of some impact damage is unavoidable for these objects.