pore

an opening or space within a rock or mass of rocks, usually small and often filled with some fluid (water, oil, gas, or all three). Compare vug.

pore

(from the article `coal`) Coal density is controlled in part by the presence of pores that persist throughout coalification. Measurement of pore sizes and pore distribution is ... ...by grains, crystals, or natural cementing material is termed porosity. That is to say, porosity is the ratio of void volume to the bulk volume ... Pore ...
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pore

(por) a small opening or empty space. sweat pore the opening of a sweat duct on the surface of the skin.
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pore

[n] - any tiny hole admitting passage of a liquid (fluid or gas) 2. [n] - any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal
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Pore

• (v.) A minute opening or passageway; an interstice between the constituent particles or molecules of a body; as, the pores of stones. • (v. i.) To look or gaze steadily in reading or studying; to fix the attention; to be absorbed; -- often with on or upon, and now usually with over. • (v.) One of the minute orifices in an animal or...
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pore

• (astron.) A short-lived dark spot in the Sun`s photosphere resembling a small sunspot without a penumbra. Pores last less than an hour and range up to 2,500 km in diameter. They occasionally form where several granulation channels meet and sometimes precede the development of sunspots. &nbs...
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pore

noun any small opening in the skin or outer surface of an animal
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Pore

[bread] Pores are the air pockets found in leavened bread, where carbon dioxide from the fermentation process creates a network of primarily interconnected void structures. The degree to which pores form are a major determiner in the texture (`crumb`) of the bread. Pore size varies between varieties of bread. Sourdough bread is a variety wi...
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Pore

Pore intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pored ; present participle & verbal noun Poring .] [ Middle English poren , of uncertain origin; confer Dutch porren to poke, thrust, Gael. purr .] To look or gaze...
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Pore

Pore noun [ French, from Latin porus , Greek ... a passage, a pore. See Fare , v. ] 1. One of the minute orifices in an animal or vegetable membrane, for transpiration, absorption, etc. 2. A minute opening or passageway; an interstice between the c...
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Pore

A pore is a tiny opening in the skin that serves as an outlet for sweat.
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Pore

A pore is a tiny opening in the skin that serves as an outlet for sweat.
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Pore

A small opening of the sweat glands on the skin.
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pore

a small opening.
Found on http://www.anbg.gov.au/glossary/webpubl/lichglos.htm

Pore

A tiny opening on the surface of the skin.
Found on http://www.robertmillermd.com/derma_glossary.html

Pore

A tiny opening on the surface of the skin.
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pore

Any opening into or through a tissue or body structure.
Found on http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/glossary/gloss7metazoa.html

pore

Any opening into or through a tissue or body structure.
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Pore

tiny opening in the skin
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pore

Type: Term Pronunciation: pōr Definitions: 1. An opening, hole, perforation, meatus, or foramen. Synonyms: sweat pore, porus1
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