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ARMATI
HAPLESS ORPHANS
PACIFIC PLATE SLIDES UNDERNEATH
MOVING NORTH EAST
ALLOWING DOVIZIOSO
LINTEL
LIMBIC SYSTEM
JAW BONE UNDERNEATH
BASE METAL UNDERNEATH
CHANNEL TUNNEL
TISSUES UNDERNEATH
PAPER UNDERNEATH
TUNNELED UNDERNEATH
SOIL UNDERNEATH
FLASHING UNDERNEATH
ROOFING MATERIALS
MUSCLE UNDERNEATH
LAYERS UNDERNEATH
SLIDES UNDERNEATH
MOUTH UNDERNEATH
DARK GRAY
OCEANIC PLATE
CONTINENTAL PLATE
SOUTH AMERICAN PLATE
NORTH AMERICAN PLATE
LAND UNDERNEATH
BLEEDING UNDERNEATH
DENSER PLATE
CROPPED CAMISOLE UNDERNEATH
PORES UNDERNEATH
METAL UNDERNEATH
SPACE UNDERNEATH
HIDDEN UNDERNEATH
RIGHT UNDERNEATH
TEETH UNDERNEATH
THORACIC SPINAL NERVE
VORTEX
OUTER
GROUND
BUILDING
NATURAL TEETH
BELLY
INCISION
DIAPHRAGM
MAGMA
ATTIC
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Underneath is an arcade of traditional Amsterdam shops and restaurants.
  2. Underneath is a panel with a cuneiform text in Old Persian, telling the story of the king's conquests (translated below).
  3. Underneath, a special release tape, factory-applied to Mountain Ridge, keeps shingles from sticking together. (Web site)
  4. Underneath is the seven-pointed Commonwealth star. (Web site)
  5. Underneath was worn the żupan, and over the żupan would be the delia.

Armati

  1. Underneath the royal class were the nobles (called optimates by the Romans) and warriors (called armati by the Romans). (Web site)

Hapless Orphans

  1. As for the restoration of the wall without recompense, Al-Khidr explained that underneath the wall is a treasure belonging to two hapless orphans. (Web site)

Pacific Plate Slides Underneath

  1. From the fusing of these two plates, whereby the Pacific Plate slides underneath the Australian Plate, the Kermedac Trench is formed. (Web site)

Moving North East

  1. Underneath the Bay of Bengal is the Indian Plate which is part of the great Indo-Australian Plate and is slowly moving north east. (Web site)

Allowing Dovizioso

  1. The Australian ran into the left hander at Seat hot once again, again running wide and allowing Dovizioso to come underneath. (Web site)

Lintel

  1. A radio version of Underneath the Lintel, performed by Richard Schiff, was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on 5 January 2008.

Limbic System

  1. Brain Stem Underneath the limbic system is the brain stem. (Web site)

Jaw Bone Underneath

  1. Dental implants are a biologically compatible metal posts that are surgically placed in your jaw bone underneath your gums.

Base Metal Underneath

  1. The reason it doesn't is that the initial formation of an oxide layer on the surface protects the base metal underneath. (Web site)

Channel Tunnel

  1. France is linked to the United Kingdom by the Channel Tunnel, which passes underneath the English Channel. (Web site)

Tissues Underneath

  1. The skin is firm and sticking to the tissues underneath, it is smooth and quite stretched. (Web site)

Paper Underneath

  1. To find flea dirt, have your pet lay on the ground and place a piece of white paper underneath him or her.

Tunneled Underneath

  1. One lead wire is tunneled underneath your skin and coiled around the left vagus nerve in your neck.

Soil Underneath

  1. Bea and other engineers say that as Katrina's storm surge filled the canal, water pressure rose in the soil underneath the wall and in the peat layer. (Web site)

Flashing Underneath

  1. Slip the flashing underneath and apply more roofing cement on top of the flashing.

Roofing Materials

  1. High winds can lift the edges of shingles (or other roofing materials) and force water-and debris underneath them. (Web site)

Muscle Underneath

  1. Without the tooth to stimulate the jaw, the bone beneath it will begin to disappear (atrophy) in the same manner that muscle underneath a cast gets smaller.

Layers Underneath

  1. SKIN - It is, rather thick, has limited subcutaneous connective tissue and therefore is adherent everywhere to the layers underneath. (Web site)

Slides Underneath

  1. When Ocean plate converges with thicker, but lighter Continental plate, it slides underneath in a subduction zone. (Web site)

Mouth Underneath

  1. Mature echinoderms have five points that face outward from the center of the body with a mouth underneath and the anus on top. (Web site)

Dark Gray

  1. Their bodies are white underneath and dark gray to black across the length of the back, including the tail.
  2. Bryde's whales are large animals (considered medium-sized for balaenopterids) that have a sleek body that is dark gray in color and white underneath. (Web site)

Oceanic Plate

  1. The oceanic plate, previously fixed to the continental margin, plunged underneath the continent along a new subduction zone.

Continental Plate

  1. Subduction zones occur where an oceanic plate meets a continental plate and is pushed underneath it. (Web site)
  2. An oceanic plate ordinarily slides underneath a continental plate; this often creates an orogenic zone with many volcanoes and earthquakes. (Web site)

South American Plate

  1. The rupture occurred as the Nazca tectonic plate slipped underneath the South American plate in what is known as a subduction zone.

North American Plate

  1. While the Gorda plate is also moving north, it is simultaneously moving east, underneath the North American plate. (Web site)
  2. Another component is a model of the earthquake source from the slipping of the Juan de Fuca plate underneath the North American plate. (Web site)
  3. For example, most California earthquakes happen as the Pacific plate slides underneath the North American plate along the San Andreas fault system.

Land Underneath

  1. Although 98% of Antarctica is ice, there is land underneath the ice cover, unlike the Arctic where the ice floats on top of the ocean.

Bleeding Underneath

  1. They are caused by bleeding underneath the skin. (Web site)

Denser Plate

  1. That is, the denser plate gets subducted or goes underneath the less dense one. (Web site)

Cropped Camisole Underneath

  1. Some ultra modern women wear semi-transparent Salwar kamiz mostly in parties, but they do wear a choli or a cropped camisole underneath.

Pores Underneath

  1. Some have pores underneath (and are usually called boletes), others have spines, such as the hedgehog mushroom and other tooth fungi, and so on.

Metal Underneath

  1. The enamel may be translucent with fancy engraving on the metal underneath, which produces guilloche (ghee-YOSH) enamel. (Web site)

Space Underneath

  1. This bony piece is lifted into the sinus cavity, much like a trap door, and the space underneath is filled with bone graft material.
  2. This is a double-walled tank design where water and cooling coils fill the space underneath and around the milk tank above.
  3. The carotid artery passes from the neck through the temporal bone, and blood from the brain drains through a space underneath the temporal bone.

Hidden Underneath

  1. The bright grain of wheat had stayed hidden underneath, through the mental power of Demeter, the one with the beautiful ankles.
  2. Dumbledore had stopped Harry from fighting and froze him against a wall, hidden underneath his invisibility cloak, so all he could do was watch.

Right Underneath

  1. His back end became airborne just enough to allow room for Ryan Newman (39) to drive right underneath and send him spinning into the fence.

Teeth Underneath

  1. The calculus is visible on the X-ray as wisps or thorns projecting from the sides of the teeth underneath the gums where you cannot see them. (Web site)
  2. Some of the bonding agents continuously release fluoride to help protect the enamel of the teeth underneath the brackets.

Thoracic Spinal Nerve

  1. The thoracic spinal nerve 1 (T1) passes out underneath it. (Web site)

Vortex

  1. A vortex is a swirling of air coming from underneath the tip of the plane and wrapping upward over the top of the wingtip.

Outer

  1. The outer layer of this hydrosphere is almost entirely frozen, but current models predict that there is an ocean up to 100 km in depth underneath the ice.

Ground

  1. When the lahar finally stops, it will dry and harden much like concrete, making the ground underneath useless until fresh dirt is deposited on top.
  2. A rider stays upright on a bicycle by steering the bicycle so that the point where the wheels touch the ground stays underneath the center of gravity.
  3. High above the roof, copper spikes (lightning rods) are connected to a very thick copper cable which leads to a large metal plate underneath the ground.

Building

  1. Re-inspection revealed previously undetected, focal water-staining of 40% of ceiling tiles located underneath the VAV boxes throughout the building.
  2. The station is underneath the building that houses the main offices of the Federal Security Service, the KGB's main successor agency. (Web site)
  3. A building can last for decades or even centuries, and the land underneath it is practically indestructible.

Natural Teeth

  1. Underneath your GlamSmile veneers, your natural teeth are still healthy, strong and intact.

Belly

  1. Underneath, from their chin to their belly there throat grooves.
  2. Answer: To find this out you have to look underneath the dolphin at it's belly.

Incision

  1. This incision allows the dentist to flap back the patient's gum tissue and expose the jawbone that lies underneath. (Web site)

Diaphragm

  1. This pain usually presents as shoulder pain or sharp pain underneath your diaphragm. (Web site)
  2. The upper half of the body is above the diaphragm (the sheet of muscle underneath the lungs), and the lower half is below it. (Web site)

Magma

  1. A flow of magma may force itself, for example, underneath, in the middle or, or on top of an existing rock stratum.

Attic

  1. Like other vents, it allows your attic to breathe, but it sits underneath the roofing material, making it less visible than standard vents.

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