bedding

  1. covering that are used on a bed
  2. material used to provide a bed for animals
  3. furnish with a bed
  4. put to bed
  5. have sexual intercourse with

Bedding

Aggregate onto which slabs, blocks or pipes are laid. Usually single size for pipes and coarse sand or coarse dust for blocks and slabs.

Bedding

is the way in which distinct layers or sedimentary rock are laid on one another. The surface between successive beds is called a bedding plane.

Bedding

[animals] Bedding, in ethology and animal husbandry, is material, usually organic, used by animals to support their bodies when resting or otherwise stationary. It reduces pressure on skin, heat loss, and contamination by waste produced by an animal or those it shares living space with. ...
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Bedding

Layering in the rock that can be picked out by varying textures, colours and mineralogy's. It reflects episodes of rapid deposition followed by relatively little. Beds vary in thickness, those ranging in thickness from several metres down to centimetre size are called strata. Those less than a centimetre thick are called laminations. The surface be...
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Bedding

This word describes the placing of blocks of building materials on a layer of softer material (mortar or sand). Stones such as sandstones, slates, and flagstones were formed by depositing silt, or drifted sand, in layers. When building in sandstone these layers should be horizontal, or nearly so. If, in a stone built into a wall, the layers are ver...
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Bedding

Bed'ding noun [ Anglo-Saxon bedding , beding . See Bed .] 1. A bed and its furniture; the materials of a bed, whether for man or beast; bedclothes; litter. 2. (Geol.) The state or position of beds and layers.
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bedding

1. A bed and its furniture; the materials of a bed, whether for man or beast; bedclothes; litter. ... 2. <geology> The state or position of beds and layers. ... Origin: AS. Bedding, beding. See Bed. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Bedding

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bed • (n.) A bed and its furniture; the materials of a bed, whether for man or beast; bedclothes; litter. • (n.) The state or position of beds and layers.
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Bedding

[horticulture] Bedding, in horticulture, refers to the temporary planting of fast-growing plants into flower beds to create colourful, temporary, seasonal displays, during spring, summer or winter. Plants used for bedding are generally annuals, biennials or tender perennials; succulents are gaining in popularity. Some bedding plants are als...
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Bedding

Material used to absorb moisture and provide cushion. It is easily cleaned to provide a clean, dry surface and reduce the incidence of mastitis. Possible bedding materials include: straw, sawdust, wood chips, sand, ground limestone, separated manure solids, shredded newspaper, corn stalks, bark, peanut hulls, sunflower hulls and rice hulls.
Found on http://www.epa.gov/agriculture/ag101/dairyglossary.html

Bedding

(F scellement, R baza, pat) A layer, usually of concrete or mortar, for providing continuous support to such items as bricks, slabs, pipes (BS 892, 5385). VAR. to embed (F sceller)
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bedding

a cushioning layer or layers applied to a cable immediately beneath a metallic layer such as the armour or the reinforcement
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Bedding

The arrangement of sedimentary rocks in layers.
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Bedding

Bedding refers to the arrangement of sedimentary rocks in about parallel layers or strata which correspond to the original sediments.
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Bedding

Wood shavings, shredded newspaper, straw, sand or other materials used to line the floor of a stall.
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Bedding

The material used on the floor of a stall to absorb moisture and provide
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Bedding

material used in nesting box for sleeping on
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Bedding

Bedding, also known as bedclothes, refers to the materials laid above the mattress of a bed for hygiene, warmth, to protect the mattress, and for decorative effect. Bedding is the removable and washable portion of a human sleeping environment. Multiple sets of bedding for each bed will often be washed in rotation and/or changed seasonally to impro...
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bedding

The division of sediment or sedimentary rock into parallel layers (beds) that can be distinguished from each other by such features as chemical composition and grain size.
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bedding

A collective term used to signify presence of beds, or layers, in sedimentary rocks and deposits.
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bedding

A characteristic of sedimentary rocks in which parallel planar surfaces separating different grain sizes or compositions indicate successive depositional surfaces that existed at the time of sedimentation.
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Bedding

The characteristic structure of sedimentary rocks in which layers of different composition, grain si
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Bedding

material scattered on the floor of a poultry house to absorb moisture and manure (also called litter)
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Bedding

Straw, wood shavings, shredded paper, or anything else scattered on the floor of a chicken coop to absorb moisture and manure.
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