thickness

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  • In Go, do you trade thickness for influence, and just when does the middle game begin?
  • Thickness is better used from a distance, as support for other actions.
  • Line weight is simply the darkness or thickness of the line used.
  • One study has found some positive association between the cortical thickness and intelligence.
  • Studies have shown that the average ice thickness has decreased in recent years.
  • After all, why can something that is extended not have any parts, and how can something that is full have no thickness?
  • High steel thickness require high energy and high power sources.
  • It is commonly used to work a piece of raw material to the proper thickness.
  • But a reduction in the thickness of the film stock allowed more film to be carried.
  • Sometimes one measures the thickness of a material in the number of mean free paths.
  • Ice thickness during a typical winter can be in excess of in many parts of the lake.
  • For example, the element has been employed to gauge glass thickness to help create flat glass.
  • If a tube is used, the wall thickness also has an impact on the tone.
  • A new one-piece wing provides around 14 per cent more area and increased thickness.
  • Thickness means the woman has more individual strands of hair and the length is proof of strength.
  • An upper belt of eight inches thickness extended above the whole length of the main belt.
  • Small V-shaped ears of moderate thickness are carried forward on the head.
  • The extent and thickness of the pack ice has reached unusually low levels in several recent years.
  • Seven feet are the thickness of its earthwork, and twelve feet its depth.
  • Due to its small size, the gate is normally the first place to solidify through its entire thickness.
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Words starting with thickness

Meaning of thickness

  • noun The dimension through an object as opposed to its length or width
  • noun Indistinct articulation
    judging from the thickness of his speech he had been drinking heavily
  • noun Used of a line or mark
  • noun Resistance to flow