Surface

Top part of the earth`s crust. The surface of the ground.

Surface

a sheet of paper has two surfaces. Homogenous paper has surfaces which are identical or closely similar, differentiated paper has surfaces which are easily distinguished from each other.

Surface

[magazine] Surface is an American design, architecture, and fashion magazine. Created in 1993 by Richard Klein, Surface was based in San Francisco until 2005, when the main offices moved to New York City. The magazine is published 10 times a year. In 1994, Vanity Fair named Surface as one of ten `upstart magazines to watch`. Of these ten, o...
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surface

[adj] - on the surface 2. [n] - the outermost level of the land or sea 3. [n] - the extended two-dimensional outer boundary of a three-dimensional object 4. [n] - a superficial aspect as opposed to the real nature of something 5. [n] - the outer boundary of an artifact or a material layer constituting or resembling such a bou...
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Surface

Sur'face` noun [ French See Sur- , and Face , and confer Superficial .] 1. The exterior part of anything that has length and breadth; one of the limits that bound a solid, esp. the upper face; superficies; the outside; as, the surface of the earth; the surface
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Surface

Sur'face transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Surfaced ; present participle & verbal noun Surfacing .] 1. To give a surface to; especially, to cause to have a smooth or plain surface; to make smooth or plain. 2. ...
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surface

1. The exterior part of anything that has length and breadth; one of the limits that bound a solid, especially. The upper face; superficies; the outside; as, the surface of the earth; the surface of a diamond; the surface of the body. 'The bright surface of this ethereous mold.' (Milton) ... 2. Hence, outward or external appearance. 'Vain and weak ...
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surface

adjective on the surface; `surface materials of the moon`
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surface

(sur´fәs) the outer part or external aspect of a solid body; called also facies.
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Surface

• A small plane or surface, usually capable of adjustment but not of manipulation, for preserving lateral balance in an aeroplane or flying machine. • (n.) That part of the side which is terminated by the flank prolonged, and the angle of the nearest bastion. • (n.) A magnitude that has length and breadth without thickness; superf......
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surface

(from the article `sculpture`) The surfaces of sculpture are in fact all that one actually sees. It is from their inflections that one makes inferences about the internal structure ...
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surface

(from the article `topology`) ...The basic incentive in this regard was to find topological invariants associated with different structures. The simplest example is the Euler ... ...where is a polynomial in whose coefficients are polynomials in . When and are complex variables, the locus can be thought of as a real surface ... br...
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surface

surface 1. The topmost layer of something; such as, the surface, or top, of the road. 2. The external appearance of something. 3. The outer face, outside, or exterior boundary of a thing; such as, the outermost or uppermost layer or area. 4. Any face of a body or thing; for example, the six surfaces of a cube. 5. The extent or area of some outer...
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surface

In mathematics, any object that locally (if you zoom in close enough to it) looks like a piece of a flat plane. A sphere, a torus, a pseudosphere, and a Klein bottle are examples of different types of surface.
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surface

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭr′făs Definitions: 1. The outer part of any solid. Synonyms: face2, facies2
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surface

travel over land that does not involve an aircraft
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Surface

(Surfaced, Surfacing) Material on top of the trailbed or base course that provides the desired tread. It can lessen compaction of soil, provide a dry surface for users, and prevent potential erosion and abrasion. In addition to concrete and asphalt, trails can be surfaced with dirt, rock, gravel, sand, mud, snow, grass, and other substances....
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Surface

In mathematics, specifically, in topology, a surface is a two-dimensional, topological manifold. The most familiar examples are those that arise as the boundaries of solid objects in ordinary three-dimensional Euclidean space R3 — for example, the surface of a ball. On the other hand, there are surfaces, such as the Klein bottle, that cannot be ...
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surface

The smoothness of a pearl, which may be interrupted by blemishes or flaws. The number of blemishes, along with their size and location affect the value of a pearl. Surface is one of the factors considered when grading natural and cultured pearls
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Surface

Travel over land that does not involve an aircraft.
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Surface

[1st generation] The first-generation Surface is a tablet computer created and sold by Microsoft. The device is has a 10.6 in ClearType Display and runs Microsoft`s Windows RT operating system. It is marketed towards the consumer end of the tablet market, but it is still geared towards productivity. Surface can play games, browse the web, e...
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Surface

An object of type Surface representing a block of memory that gets composited to the screen. A Surface holds a Canvas object for drawing, and provides various helper methods to draw layers and resize the surface. You should not use this class directly; use SurfaceView instead.
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