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A geometric representation of a light path through an optical medium-a line normal to the wave front indication the direction of radiant energy flow.

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Waters:Atlantic and Pacific coastal Waters Description (in water): Two triangular, tapered 'wings' (technically pectoral fins) give this unusual looking steel-gray fish, which is related to shark, graceful mobility as it seeks prey along the sea floor. A large fish, skate often exceeds 100 lbs. Description (in market): Only the wings (fins) of the skate are edible; in each, a thin layer of translucent cartilage separates two sections of firm, lean, delicately flavored white meat. The cartilage i…...

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a jointed rod which supports a fin
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This kite-shaped fish features edible fins. The fish is firm, white, and sweet; similar to the texture and taste of scallop. Also known as a 'Ray.'
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[n] - (mathematics) a straight line extending from a point 2. [n] - a branch of an umbel or an umbelliform inflorescence 3. [n] - any of the stiff bony rods in the fin of a fish 4. [n] - cartilaginous fishes having horizontally flattened bodies and enlarged winglike pectoral fins with gills on the underside 5. [v] - emit as r...
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At higher audio frequencies, sound may be considered to travel in straight lines, in a direction normal to the wave front.
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A part of a line, with one endpoint, that continues without end in one direction
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a fissue radiating from the centre of the heartwood outwards, In which protein is stored. See wood.
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Ray (rā) transitive verb [ An aphetic form of array ; confer Beray .] 1. To array. [ Obsolete] Sir T. More. 2. To mark, stain, or soil; to streak; to defile. [ Obsolete] 'The filth that did it ray .' Spenser.
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Ray noun Array; order; arrangement; dress. [ Obsolete] « And spoiling all her gears and goodly ray Spenser.
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Ray transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rayed (rād); present participle & verbal noun Raying .] [ Confer Old French raier , raiier , rayer , Latin radiare to irradiate. See Ray ,
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Ray intransitive verb To shine, as with rays. Mrs. Browning.
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<botany> A zygomorphic flower in the family Asteraceae, a radial band of cells traversing the conducting elements in woody stems. ... Of a compound umbel, one of the first (lower) series of branches of the inflorescence main stem. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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noun cartilaginous fishes having horizontally flattened bodies and enlarged winglike pectoral fins with gills on the underside; most swim by moving the pectoral fins
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noun a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation
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(ra) a line emanating from a center. a distinct portion of electromagnetic radiation that proceeds in a specific direction.
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• (n.) One of the spheromeres of a radiate, especially one of the arms of a starfish or an ophiuran. • (n.) One of the radiating spines, or cartilages, supporting the fins of fishes. • (n.) To send forth or shoot out; to cause to shine out; as, to ray smiles. • (v. i.) To shine, as with rays. • (n.) Any one of numerous elas...
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(from the article `Asterales`) ...marginal rows of another kind of flower, the ray flower. The corolla of ray flowers is very irregular. It is tubular at the base but prolonged on ...
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(from the article `Tycho`) conspicuous impact crater lying at the centre of the most extensive system of bright rays on the near side of the Moon. The rays, which are ...
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(from the article `Slavic religion`) ...forms in order to bring them abundance. These forms are: bog (`god`); sporysh, anciently an edible herb, today a stalk of grain with two ears, a ...
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(from the article `wood`) A transverse section of trunk also shows linear features called rays radiating from pith to bark and ranging in width from very distinct, as in oak, ...
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(from the article `International Film Awards 2005`) ...Hughes as film producer and aviator. Cole Porter was chronicled in Irwin Winkler`s De-Lovely, sex researcher Alfred Kinsey in Bill Condon`s ... Other NomineesIn 2005 Foxx collected a best actor Academy Award for his riveting performance of soul singer Ray Charles in Ray. He not on...
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any of the cartilaginous fishes of the order Batoidei, related to sharks and placed with them in the class Chondrichthyes (or Selachii). The order ... [9 related articles]
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ray 1. A narrow beam of light from the Sun or an artificial light source. 2. A slight indication of something positive in a difficult or worrying situation a ray of hope. 3. A thin beam of radiant energy or particles. 4. A straight line that extends from a point infinitely in one direction. 5. An arm of a starfish or other animal with body ...
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A straight line drawn from the origin of a diagram. In the Heckscher-Ohlin Model, two rays are used to define a diversification cone.
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