imbrication

[n] - covering with a design in which one element covers a part of another (as with tiles or shingles)
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Imbrication

Im`bri┬Ěca'tion noun [ Confer French imbrication .] An overlapping of the edges, like that of tiles or shingles; hence, intricacy of structure; also, a pattern or decoration representing such a structure.
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imbrication

The operative overlapping of layers of tissue in the closure of wounds or the repair of defects. ... Origin: see imbricate ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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imbrication

overlapping noun covering with a design in which one element covers a part of another (as with tiles or shingles)
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Imbrication

• (n.) An overlapping of the edges, like that of tiles or shingles; hence, intricacy of structure; also, a pattern or decoration representing such a structure.
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imbrication

Type: Term Pronunciation: im′bri-kā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The operative overlapping of layers of tissue in the closure of wounds or the repair of defects.
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Imbrication

[sedimentology] In sedimentology imbrication refers to a primary depositional fabric consisting of a preferred orientation of clasts such that they overlap one another in a consistent fashion, rather like a run of toppled dominoes. Imbrication is observed in conglomerates and some volcaniclastic deposits. ==Types of imbrication== ...
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Imbrication

Overlapping of shingles or tiles
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