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solid

 [sol´id]
1. not fluid or gaseous; not hollow.
2. a substance or tissue not fluid or gaseous.

sol·id

(sol'id),
1. Firm; compact; not fluid; without interstices or cavities; not cancellous.
2. A body that retains its form when not confined; one that is not fluid, neither liquid nor gaseous.
[L. solidus]

solid

Physics
adjective Referring to a substance that is not liquid or gas.
 
noun A substance, material or object that is not a liquid or gas.

sol·id

(sol'id)
1. Firm; compact; not fluid; without interstices or cavities; not cancellous.
2. A body that retains its form when not confined; one that is not fluid, neither liquid nor gaseous.
[L. solidus]
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The Egyptian Ambassador praised the efforts of the Bahraini Government led by HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister in boosting cooperation between the two countries, stressing the solidness of these relations and the keenness on the part of both countries to develop and push joint work at all levels of cooperation.
By taking into account solidness of [[lambda].sup.*],for z = ([z.sub.k]) [member of] [[lambda].sup.*], the condition [??][z.sub.k][??] = [??][u.sub.k][??] holds and there exists a sequence u = ([u.sub.k]) [member of] [[lambda].sup.*] for all k [member of] N.
And you had better be sure of (the solidness) of your sources."
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The solidness of [c.sup.F.sub.](f, [LAMBDA], p) and [l.sup.F.sub.[infinity]](f, [LAMBDA], p) follows from the above inequality.