onion skin


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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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Compared with rival technologies that can be curved into a fixed shape but aren't completely pliable, Royole's displays are as thin as an onion skin and can be rolled tightly around a pen.
Four weeks later, he developed extensive lytic lesion of proximal femur metaphysis with onion skin periosteal reaction in diaphysis in spite of intravenous antibiotics.
Draw Back Your Bow is a square box with a pair of red-mesh onion bags torn open, empty save for a flake or two of onion skin, and fixed to the back of the frame with yellow tape.
FalconV is engineered to process a variety of document types, from thick paper to onion skin and fragile or damaged pieces, to envelopes and file folders stuffed with receipts, odd-shaped pages, and business cards.
The only published means of culturing Sommerstorffia relied on floating onion skin that served as both the substrate for Sommerstorffia attachment and the nutrient base for the rotifer culture (Karling 1952).
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.
An onion skin appearance of the nerve was seen in 1 (7.
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.