Vücuda dokunulduğunda, derideki reseptörler beyne endorfin gibi kimyasalların salınmasına neden olan mesajlar gönderir. - When the body is touched, receptors in the skin send messages to the brain causing the release of chemicals such as endorphins.
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Yüzey etkisi: Elektronik devrelerde,bir iletkenden akan akımın frekansı yükseldikçe elektronların iletkenin dış yüzeyinden akmaya zorlanması ve sonuçta daha az bir alan akım tarafından kullanılacağından iletkenin rezistif direncinin frekansla doğru orantılı olarak artması
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Yüzey etkisi: Üzerinden akım geçirilen bir telde, elektrik akımı, frekansına göre telin bütün kesitini de kullanabilir, bu kesitin bir kısımını da. belli bir malzemeden (demir, alüminyum, bakır, gümüş, altın)yapılmış, belli bir kesit alanına sahip iletkenden, belli bir frekansın üzerinde bir frekansla (50 hz, 150 hz, .1khz, 100khz....) geçirilen elektrik akımı bu iletkenin tamamını değil yüzeyini kullanır. Örneğin dikdörtgen kesitli bakır iletkenin üst onda birlik kısmını kullanıp, kalan yüzeyine elektrik uğratmadan kullanabiliriz. Bu yöntemle kayıplar, endüktanslar azaltılarak elektrik makinalarına yol verilebilir. Bu olay sayesinde, elektrik akımı şehirlere yüksek frekansla yollanır ve daire kesitli iletkenlerin ortası kullanılmadığından malzeme kârı sağlanır
An alternate appearance (texture map or geometry) for a 3D character model in a video game
A subgroup within an Australian aboriginal people, also called a section, subsection, or moiety. These divisions are cultural, not related to a person's physical skin. (Reference: Macquarie Aboriginal Words, Macquarie University, 1994, paperback ISBN 0-949757-79-9, introduction.)
The tissue forming the external covering of the body Skin can be donated and transplanted
This notation indicates that direct or airborne contact with the product may result in significant absorption of the product through the skin, mucous membranes or eyes Inclusion of this notation is intended to suggest that preventative action be taken against absorption of the agent through these routes of entry
(1) General The outer covering of an animal (2) In the strict sense The outer covering of small mammals and other vertebrates, e g sheep and goats; or of the immature animal of the larger species, e g calves and colts Used in relation to pigs, reptiles, birds and fish (3) Leather, made from (1) and (2) which has not been split (4) The outer covering of a fur-bearing animal dressed and finished with the hair on
bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of; "The boy skinned his knee when he fell
Alternative window design Skins became fashionable with Winamp, a desktop player that allows users to create colorful variations of the program's default windows Many other music programs can be skinned, and skins are almost always freely downloadable
An animal skin is skin which has been removed from a dead animal. Skins are used to make things such as coats and rugs. That was real crocodile skin
Your skin is the natural covering of your body. His skin is clear and smooth There are three major types of skin cancer The only difference between us is the colour of our skins
The hide of an animal, separated from the body, whether green, dry, or tanned; especially, that of a small animal, as a calf, sheep, or goat
To use a replacement image for the graphical user interface of (a computer program)
If you say that someone has a thick skin, you mean that they are able to listen to criticism about themselves without becoming offended. You need a thick skin to be a headmaster
That part of a sail, when furled, which remains on the outside and covers the whole
bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of; "The boy skinned his knee when he fell"
a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the skin of an animal a natural protective covering of the body; site of the sense of touch; "your skin is the largest organ of your body"
The skin of a fruit or vegetable is its outer layer or covering. The outer skin of the orange is called the `zest'. banana skins
a natural protective covering of the body; site of the sense of touch; "your skin is the largest organ of your body"
is the appearance of a player, like a faceplate, that doesn't change the function
If you do something by the skin of your teeth, you just manage to do it. He won, but only by the skin of his teeth
A feature that provides an easy way to build a custom interface for things like music players on the Web The designer creates a set of images, and then maps the images to player functions An end user then plays the content using the buttons and controls that have been designed
The covering, as of planking or iron plates, outside the framing, forming the sides and bottom of a vessel; the shell; also, a lining inside the framing
n An alternative graphical interface for an operating system (OS) or a software program A skin customizes the look of the OS or program but does not affect its functionality Programs that allow the use of skins usually make standards available for the creation and distribution of new skins
to make your skin crawl: see crawl. Surface covering of the body that protects it and receives external sensory stimuli, consisting of an epidermis over a thicker dermis. The epidermis contains cells involved in immune defenses, sensory receptors, pigment cells, and keratin-producing cells. The last harden and migrate to the surface to form a dead, relatively dry outer layer of horny tissue that constantly sloughs away. The dermis contains sensory nerves and blood vessels within connective tissue. Collagen and elastin fibres give skin its tough, elastic quality. Cells scattered through it produce its components and take part in immune and other skin responses. A fat layer under the dermis provides nutritional storage, cushioning, and insulation. Skin disorders range from dermatitis and acne to skin cancer. Changes in skin colour (e.g., jaundice) or texture may be clues to systemic disorders. See also dermatology; hair; integument; nail; perspiration; sebaceous gland; sweat gland
Trading is scheduled to begin next month in the shares of another purveyor of erotica, Olympia Press; its latest skin flick, Barbara, cost $32,000 to make, grossed $11,700 in its second week in Manhattan and is scheduled for national distribution.
Chris Huhne, environment spokesman for the Liberal Democrats, said Mr Blair's remarks showed he was delusional on climate change and that his environmentalism was only skin deep. - The Independent, 10/01/07.
(Elektrik, Elektronik) The skin effect is the tendency of an alternating electric current (AC) to distribute itself within a conductor so that the current density near the surface of the conductor is greater than that at its core. That is, the electric current tends to flow at the "skin" of the conductor
In some Native American legends, a skin-walker is a person with the supernatural ability to turn into any animal he or she desires, though they first must be wearing a pelt of the animal, to be able to transform. Similar lore can be found in cultures throughout the world and is often referred to as shapeshifting by anthropologists
Malignant tumour of the skin, including some of the most common human cancers. Though recognizable at an early stage, it has a significant death rate. Light-skinned people have the highest risk but can reduce it by limiting exposure to sunlight and to ionizing radiation. The most common types arise in the epidermis (outer skin layer) and have become more frequent with the thinning of the atmosphere's ozone layer. The most serious form is melanoma, which is frequently fatal if not treated early with surgery. Cancers arising from the dermis are rare; the best-known is Kaposi sarcoma
The tendency of high frequency current to travel near the outside of an electric conductor rather than through its cross section Skin effect increases the effective resistance of a wire at higher frequencies While skin effect is a very important concern when working at the high frequencies of radio and television, it is widely considered to be a minor issue at the relatively low frequencies used in the audio world There are many audio purists, however, who dispute this and claim that it still does make a difference
technically, a physical phenomenon that relates to the limited penetration into a conductor of an RadioFrequent signal according to its frequency In a direct current case everything is constant and so nothing seems to happen With an alternating current, however, there is a delay in the magnetic field's response to the change in current and the 'old' magnetic field tends to push the current towards the outside of the conductor As the frequency increases, so does the effect until at very high frequencies the entire current flows in a very narrow skin on the conductor - hence the name Skin effect is negligable in car audio applications
Really cool characteristic of high frequency high voltage The voltage doesn't actually go through the conductor It rides on the outside of it That is why when you touch a plasma globe, it doesn't knock you across the room (they run at about 10000V) Notice that I underlined high frequency If you try this with the output of a neon sign transformer, then you will just end up dead 60 Hz is not high frequency By high frequency, I mean above 20 kHz (rough guess) Most tesla coils run at about 100-250 kHz I have seen pictures of someone running about 1 MV of electricity through their body (he had thimbles on his fingers as discharge points so the arcs wouldn't burn him)
The tendency of alternating current to flow near the surface of a conductor, thereby restricting the current to a small part of the total cross-sectional area and increasing the resistance to the flow of current Note: The skin effect is caused by the self-inductance of the conductor, which causes an increase in the inductive reactance at high frequencies, thus forcing the carriers, i e , electrons, toward the surface of the conductor At high frequencies, the circumference is the preferred criterion for predicting resistance than is the cross-sectional area The depth of penetration of current can be very small compared to the diameter [From Weik '89]
A surgical graft of healthy skin from one part of the body to another or from one individual to another in order to replace damaged or lost skin.skin grafting n. a medical operation in which healthy skin is removed from one part of your body and used on another part to replace burned or damaged skin
The neighborhood, to our ears, seemed haunted by approaching footsteps; and what between the dead body of the captain on the parlor floor, and the thought of that detestable blind beggar hovering near at hand, and ready to return, there were moments when, as the saying goes, I jumped in my skin for terror.
Skins are colorful, customized and interchangeable sets of graphics, which allow Internet users to continually change the look of their desktops or browsers, without changing their settings or functionality Skinnable applications are growing in popularity and available through a variety of Web tools, including ICQ, RealNetworks and NeoPlanet Skins are becoming a valuable marketing tool to reach new audiences because, unlike rich media banners, they can be implemented easily and at a lower cost In addition, skins are tiny files that are easy to download or email, hence, popular skins spread rapidly through the Net Several companies already use skins to market to their target audiences, including New Line Cinema, which joined with NeoPlanet to create a "Dr Evil" skin to help promote the latest Austin Powers movie For a collection of more than 4,000 skins ready for download at http: //www Skinz org
(also "skin game, skins game") a type of competition or wager format where only a uniquely low score can win a hole Example: In skins/a skin game/a skins game to win a hole one must be the only one with the lowest score, and if nobody has the lowest score alone the bet typically "carries over" to the next hole until someone does have the lowest score alone
(aka: "skin game", "skins game") a type of competition or wager format where only a uniquely low score can win a hole (each hole in this type of a competition is known as a 'skin') Example: "In a skins game to win a hole one must be the only one with the lowest score "
[ skin ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English skinn, from Old Norse skinn 'animal hide', from Proto-Germanic *skenþan (cf. Old English scinn 'hide', Dutch (Flemish) schinde 'bark', German dialect Schinde 'fruit peel'), from pre-Celtic/Germanic *skento (cf. Breton skant 'scales', Old Irish ceinn 'id.'), from Proto-Indo-European *skend- 'to split off' (cf. Irish scainim 'I tear, burst', Latin scindere 'to split, divide', Sanskrit chinátti 'he splits'), nasal variant of *skeh₁i-d 'to cut'. More at shed.
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