fascia

The term for socks.

Fascia

Very thin but tough layer of fibrous tissue. It walls off and surrounds different organs of the body.

Fascia

In architecture a fascia or facia is a flat member of an order or building, like a flat band or broad fillet; especially, one of the three bands which make up the architrave, in the Ionic order.
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fascia

Latin, meaning: bandage, band, girdle, girth.
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fascia

[n] - a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc
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Fascia

Fibrous connective tissue that covers, supports and separates all muscles and muscle groups. It also unites skin with underlying tissue.
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Fascia

The vertical board at eaves level to which guttering often attached.
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Fascia

Boards installed to a roof to protect the ends of trusses or rafters and on which gutters are attached.
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Fascia

External decorative fireplace frame commonly used in hole-in-the-wall installations
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Fascia

Boards installed to a roof to protect the ends of trusses or rafters and on which gutters are attached.
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Fascia

Socks.
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Fascia

Fascia: A flat band of tissue below the skin that covers the underlying tissues and separates different layers of tissue. Fascia encloses muscles. Inflammation of the fascia is referred to as fasciitis. 'Fascia' is the Latin word for 'band or bandage.'
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Fascia

A flat, horizontal board enclosing the overhang under the eave.
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Fascia

the broad, horizontal board over a shopfront which carries the name of the shop, can be ornamental, with consoles and cornice. Also, a board carrying the rainwater gutter. In Classical Architecture - a plain horizontal band in an architrave.
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Fascia

A band of timber or plastic boarding fitted below a wallhead on a building with a flat or low-pitched roof. It is sometimes decorative, but often functions as a weather baffle, or supports gutter fixings.
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Fascia

Fibrous connective tissue that covers, supports and separates all muscles and muscle groups. It also unites skin with underlying tissue.
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Fascia

Fas'ci·a noun ; plural Fasciæ . [ Latin , a band: confer Italian fascia . See Fasces , and confer Fess .] 1. A band, sash, or fillet; especially, in surgery, a bandage or roller. 2. (Architecture) A flat member of an order or buildin...
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fascia

<anatomy> The flat layers of fibrous tissue that separate differnet layers of tissue. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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fascia

facia noun a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc
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fascia

(fash´e-ә) pl. fas´ciae a sheet or band of fibrous tissue such as lies deep to the skin or invests muscles and various body organs. adj., fas´cial., adj.
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Fascia

• (n.) A broad well-defined band of color. • (n.) The layer of loose tissue, often containing fat, immediately beneath the skin; the stronger layer of connective tissue covering and investing all muscles; an aponeurosis. • (n.) A band, sash, or fillet; especially, in surgery, a bandage or roller. • (n.) A flat member of an order...
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fascia

(from the article `malformation`) This condition is best placed in that category of teratological abnormalities known as monstrosities. Fasciation is a term that has been used to ... Fascia, sheets of strong connective tissue that surround muscle bundles, may be used as autografts to repair hernias. The principle of use is like ... [...
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fascia

(from the article `molding`) (1) The fascia, face, or band is a continuous member with a flat surface, parallel to the surface that it ornaments and either projecting from or ...
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fascia

fascia 1. A sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs, etc. 2. A flat band of tissue below the skin that covers the underlying tissues and separates different layers of tissue. Fascia encloses muscles and inflammation of the fascia is referred to as fasciitis.
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Fascia

[phone] A fascia is the name given to the removable housing of a mobile telephone. It is most often used to refer to a new housing bought as a fashion accessory to improve the appearance of a mobile phone. Not all mobile phones support the removal of the external housing and therefore fascias are not normally produced for them by the manufa...
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