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  1. The outer skin is thick, and contains glands as well as hair follicles. (Web site)
  2. Only the outer skin is tough and strong, and this skin will split off easily if you bend the main stalk away from the skin. (Web site)

Landing Gear

  1. Its vanadium alloy is used to make the outer skin of aircraft, to make fire walls, landing gear, and hydraulic tubing.


  1. As the litchi fruit ages, the outer skin becomes tougher, so be careful cutting. (Web site)


  1. The blastula had one layer of cells, the blastoderm (derma = skin): the gastrula two layers, the ectoderm ("outer skin") and entoderm ("inner skin").

Surrounding Water

  1. The arteries pump blood to the outer skin where the surrounding water will cool it.

Anal Canal

  1. Anal fistula, a rare condition, is a chronically inflamed, abnormal tunnel between the anal canal and the outer skin of the anus.


  1. You cut the outer skin off the ginger root before using it in cooking most commonly you grate the ginger or chop it up into very fine pieces. (Web site)

Supporting Structure

  1. Parts of a roof There are two parts to a roof, its supporting structure and its outer skin, or uppermost weatherproof layer. (Web site)

Outer Skin

  1. Three kinds of germ layers are recognizable: (1) the ectoderm or outer skin, (2) the endoderm or inner skin, and (3) the mesoderm or middle skin. (Web site)
  2. Next, cut off the outer skin and mince or grate a 1 by 2 inch chunk of fresh ginger. (Web site)


  1. Supporting Structure
  2. Grate
  3. Anal Canal
  4. Landing Gear
  5. Surrounding Water
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  Originally created: April 04, 2011.
  Links checked: February 15, 2013.
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