Stria

In architecture a stria is a fillet between the flutes of columns, pilasters, or the like.
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stria

[n] - any of a number of tiny parallel grooves such as: the scratches left by a glacier on rocks or the streaks or ridges in muscle tissue
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Stria

Stri'a noun ; plural Striæ . [ Latin , a furrow, channel, hollow.] 1. A minute groove, or channel; a threadlike line, as of color; a narrow structural band or line; a striation; as, the striæ , or groovings, produced on a rock by a glacier passing over it; the striæ
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stria

1. A streak or line. ... 2. A narrow bandlike structure, a general term for such longitudinal collections of nerve fibres in the brain. ... Origin: L. = a furrow, groove ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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stria

striation noun any of a number of tiny parallel grooves such as: the scratches left by a glacier on rocks or the streaks or ridges in muscle tissue
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stria

(stri´ә) pl. stri´ae Latin word meaning band, line, streak, or stripe. in anatomy, a longitudinal collection of nerve fibers in the brain.
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Stria

• (n.) A fillet between the flutes of columns, pilasters, or the like. • (n.) A minute groove, or channel; a threadlike line, as of color; a narrow structural band or line; a striation; as, the striae, or groovings, produced on a rock by a glacier passing over it; the striae on the surface of a shell; a stria of nervous matter in the brai
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stria

(L. 'a furrow, groove') 1. a streak, or line. 2. a narrow bandlike structure; (NA) a general term for such longitudinal collections of nerve fibres in the brain.
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stria

stria (s), striae (pl) 1. A narrow band-like structure, a general term for such longitudinal collections of nerve fibres in the brain. 2. A thin narrow groove or channel in the surface of something; such as, a decorative feature on a column. 3. A stripe, streak, or narrow band; for example, a band of nerve fibers or stretch marks seen in ...
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stria

a fine, longitudinal line or minute ridge. pl. striae. adj. striate.
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stria

Type: Term Pronunciation: strī′ă, strī′ē Definitions: 1. A stripe, band, streak, or line, distinguished by color, texture, depression, or elevation from the tissue in which it is found. Synonyms: striae cutis distensae, striation1
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stria

Latin = furrow, applied to a streak or stripe.
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Stria

Groove running across or along the body: applied especially to the grooves on beetle elytra.
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stria

Streaks in the cornea caused by the cornea stretching from increased pressure.
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