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(Singular: stratum) Layers within sedimentary rocks The terms is often used instead of beds
Layers; here, the layers of rock and soil under the surface of the earth, or the socioeconomic levels within a society
- Layers of material Often one of a number of parallel layers one upon another
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many layers of earth or levels in an archaeological site (singular stratum)
Strata is the plural of stratum
Groups of people with similar characteristics
Layers of rocks
Groups of forest types with the same or similar species composition, age and height classes (plural of stratum)
1 distinct, non-overlapping layers of canopy branches As cited in
Depositional units or layers of sediment distinguished by composition or appearance (Singular: "stratum")
consistent layers of rainforest trees
Layers of sedimentary rocks (singular stratum)
Layers of deposited rock, soil etc which are distinguishable from each other
referring to a collective of users, usually in the same physical area (i e city or county), that operate a meshed collection of PPL routers and connections The STRATA is enumerated by a simple name, all characters alphanumeric, length limited to 32 total characters Selection of the STRATA name is completely anarchical Those wishing to use a name the same as another established group in an area should be sanctioned by other strata's and providers refusing to connect them, and posting rebuked signatures of there node access points (see encryption section) The term "strata" was selected because an interworking of many strata's in a single area will start to look like a cut of a cross-section of earth
Plural of stratum
A layer of soil or rock
Single and distinct layers, or beds, of sediment or sedimentary rock that are easily distinguishable from layers above and below them
The plural form of stratum, which is a single sedimentary layer or bed, regardless of thickness
Groups of forest types with the same or similar species composition, age, and height class (plural of stratum)
The layers or beds found in sedimentary rock
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strata is another name for rock layers
strata title
A form of title over parts of real property (originally designed to facilitate ownership and mortgage of separate parts of a building, often on multiple levels). This type of title, so called in Australia, Singapore, British Columbia and elsewhere is also known as "condominium", "commonhold" and "sectional title" in other juridictions. Usually some "common property" is the responsibility of all strata title holders via an owner's corporation
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Any of the regions of the atmosphere, such as the stratosphere, that occur as layers
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One of several parallel horizontal layers of material arranged one on top of another
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A layer of vegetation, usually of similar height
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a natural or artificial layer, bed, or thickness of any substance or material
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{n} bed or layer of earth, covering, row
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A layer of sedimentary rock having approximately the same composition throughout
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The distance a host running the xntpd time daemon is from an external source of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) A stratum 1 server has direct access to an external source of UTC, such as a radio clock synchronized to a standard time signal broadcast In general, a stratum n server is n-1 network hops away from a stratum 1 server For example, a stratum 4 server is 3 hops away from a stratum 1 server Also, a stratum n server is at a higher stratum than a stratum n-1 server For example, a stratum 3 server is at a higher stratum than a stratum 2 server, and at a lower stratum than a stratum 4 server See also ``time daemon''
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Strata are different layers of rock. Contained within the rock strata is evidence that the region was intensely dry 15,000 years ago
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A single sedimentary bed or layer, regardless of thickness
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One layer of earth (The plural is strata )
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1 the presence of a distinctive vertical range within a plant community, whether in the distribution of leaf mass, plant individuals, or species, or in any other canopy feature As cited in
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Also used figuratively
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A subdivision of a forest area to be inventoried based on a group of trees with the same or similar species composition, age, and height class
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Annual ED visits Location within metropolitan area Outpatient department or alcohol/chemical dependence inpatient unit
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A bed of earth or rock of one kind, formed by natural causes, and consisting usually of a series of layers, which form a rock as it lies between beds of other kinds
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{i} horizontal layer of material; bed of sedimentary rock (Geology); level of society
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A sampling structure that restricts sample randomization/selection to a subset of the frame Inclusion probabilities may or may not differ among strata
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(plural: strata) A layer of soil or sediment
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one of several parallel layers of material arranged one on top of another (such as a layer of tissue or cells in an organism)
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A subdivision of a forest area to be inventoried, based on a group of trees with the same or similar species composition, age and height class
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A layer of sedimentary rock; plural is strata
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A layer or bed of rock Sedimentary rocks are stratified
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A stratum of society is a group of people in it who are similar in their education, income, or social status. It was an enormous task that affected every stratum of society
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an abstract place usually conceived as having depth; "a good actor communicates on several levels"; "a simile has at least two layers of meaning"; "the mind functions on many strata simultaneously"
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A bed or layer artificially made; a course
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A sedimentary bed or layer that generally consists of the same kind of soils or rock material
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A class of society composed of people with similar social, cultural, or economic status
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A layer of tissue
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A horizontal layer of vegetation A stratum may be defined by the life form of the vegetation (tree, shrub, herbaceous), or its actual height
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    [ 'strA-t&m, 'stra- ] (noun.) 1599. New Latin, from Latin, spread, bed, from neuter of stratus, past participle of sternere to spread out; more at STREW.

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