bark

Type: Term Pronunciation: bark Definitions: 1. The envelope or covering of the roots, trunk, and branches of plants. Barks of pharmacologic significance not listed below are alphabetized under specific names. Synonyms: cinchona
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Bark

Bark is British slang for a miserable, old, man.
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bark

[n] - tough protective covering of the woody stems and roots of trees and other woody plants 2. [n] - a noise resembling the bark of a dog 3. [n] - the sound made by a dog 4. [n] - a sailing ship with 3 (or more) masts 5. [v] - cover with bark 6. [v] - remove the bark of a tree 7. [v] - make barking sounds 8. [v] ...
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Bark

This is based on critical bandwidths and is a subjective representation of frequency. This is not an exact representation of what happens in the ear, but is a good starting point in basic modelling and psychoacoustic metric development.The relationship between frequency and the Bark scale is:wherez = barksf = frequency [Hz]
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Bark

NATO codename for Ilyushin Il-2 bomber [SU;RU]
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Bark

Bark (bärk) noun [ Akin to Dan. & Swedish bark , Icelandic börkr , LG. & HG. borke .] 1. The exterior covering of the trunk and branches of a tree; the rind. 2. Specifically, Peruvian bark. Bark bed . See Bark stove (below). -- Bar...
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Bark

Bark transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Barked (bärkt); present participle & verbal noun Barking .] 1. To strip the bark from; to peel. 2. To abrade or rub off any outer covering from; as to bark one's...
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Bark

Bark intransitive verb [ Middle English berken , Anglo-Saxon beorcan ; akin to Icelandic berkja , and probably to English break .] 1. To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; -- said of some animals, but especially of dogs. 2. To make a...
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Bark

Bark noun The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog; a similar sound made by some other animals.
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bark

The outermost covering of trees and some plants. This is composed of the cuticle or epidermis, the outer bark (cortex), and the inner bark or fibre. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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bark

noun the sound made by a dog
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Bark

• (v. t.) To girdle. See Girdle, v. t., 3. • (v. i.) To make a short, loud, explosive noise with the vocal organs; -- said of some animals, but especially of dogs. • (v. t.) To cover or inclose with bark, or as with bark; as, to bark the roof of a hut. • (n.) The short, loud, explosive sound uttered by a dog; a similar sound mad...
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bark

in woody plants, tissues external to the vascular cambium (the growth layer of the vascular cylinder); the term bark is also employed more popularly ... [6 related articles]
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bark

sailing ship of three or more masts, the rear (mizzenmast) being rigged for a fore-and-aft rather than a square sail. Until fore-and-aft rigs were ...
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Bark

The surface layer of the trunk and branches of woody plants.
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bark

bark, outer covering of the stem of woody plants, composed of waterproof cork cells protecting a layer of food-conducting tissue—the phloem or inner bark (also called bast). As the woody stem increases in size (see cambium), the outer bark of inelastic dead cork cells gives way in patterns cha...
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bark

bark or barque (both: bärk) , sailing vessel with three masts, of which the mainmast and the foremast are square-rigged while the mizzenmast is fore-and-aft-rigged. Although the word was once used to mean any small boat, later barks were sometimes quite large (up to 6,000 tons). In addition to ...
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Bark

Bark is the external coating of tree trunks.
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bark

Protective outer layer on the stems and roots of woody plants, composed mainly of dead cells. To allow for expansion of the stem, the bark is continually added to from within, and the outer surface often becomes cracked or is shed as scales. Trees deposit a variety of chemicals in their bark, including poisons. Many of these chemical substances hav...
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Bark

[sound] A bark is a noise most commonly produced by dogs. Other animals that make this noise include wolves, pinnipeds, foxes and quolls. Woof is the most common representation in the English language for this sound, especially for large dogs. Other transliterations include the onomatopoeic ruff, arf, au au, bow-wow, and, for small dogs, yi...
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Bark

Bark is the outermost layers of stems and roots of woody plants. Plants with bark include trees, woody vines, and shrubs. Bark refers to all the tissues outside of the vascular cambium and is a nontechnical term. It overlays the wood and consists of the inner bark and the outer bark. The inner bark, which in older stems is living tissue, includes ...
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BARK

BARK (Binär Aritmetisk Relä-Kalkylator, Swedish for `Binary Arithmetic Relay Calculator`) was an early electromechanical computer. BARK was built using standard phone relays, implementing a 32-bit binary machine. It could perform addition in 150 ms and multiplication in 250 ms. It had a memory with 50 registers and 100 constants. It was later .....
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bark

the protective external layer of tissue on the stems and roots of trees and shrubs; includes all of the living and non-living tissue external to the cambium.
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bark

a slang term used by keyboard players to refer to the growling, biting tone of a vintage Fender Rhodes electric piano.
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bark

(n) outer layer of trees, that of oak being used as a tanning agent after being ground into powder, harvested from April to July (E, 142; Je, 208); (v) peel off bark (L 239), see
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