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onion skin

adjective A descriptive term referring to a pattern characterised by concentric laminations of differing radiologic or histologic densities, which has been fancifully likened to the skin of an onion.
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of Page: 2 pages/set, 3 copies/page; Stock: original-white regular bond paper, 2nd copy-yellow onion skin, 3rd copy-blue onion skin; Printing: 1 side; Color: 1 black; Process: Offset;.
But they found that spray granulation was a good method for producing fish oil powder, protecting it from oxidation because of the onion skin structure of granules produced in this process.
Once I start peeling back the onion skin on these issues many of the cited reasons for lapses in procedural compliance included a lack of personnel, operational tempo, maintenance control pushing the work center to get the job done, or a lack of experience in leadership within the work center.
Washington, July 15 (ANI): Next time around while you're in the kitchen don't throw away the dry onion skin, as it are 'rich in compounds that are beneficial for human health', according to scientists.
It is usually a pale pink colour of onion skin or rose petal.
Even paler - the typical Provence colour of light onion skin - is Domaine Sainte Lucie 'Made In Provence' Ros 2009 (www.
This substantial reference, printed on onion skin paper with thumb tabs, contains an exhaustive dictionary of English medical terminology.
The onion is then placed on rollers, which rotate creating a centrifugal force and is then blasted with compressed air to remove the outer layers of onion skin.
Then comes the child's creation of a private language, the poet's infatuation with words, and the delicious recording of the secret code in a book made of her mother's onion skin paper.
Published in a small format with a sturdy but flexible cover and containing full-page color plates of good quality, the text is published on onion skin with ribbons for page markers.
John Loeser expands on the four components necessary and sufficient to describe the phenomenon of pain--nociception, pain suffering, pain behaviour and the well-known onion skin pattern.