Meaning Mantle
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A heavy fold of tissue in mollusks that drapes over the visceral mass and may secrete a shell.
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The intermediate layer of the Earth beneath the crust that is about 2900 km thick [1820 miles] and overlies the core of the Earth. The mantle consists of dense igneous rocks like pyroxenite and dunite [..]
Source: glossary.oilfield.slb.com

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That portion of the Earth below the crust and reaching to about 2,780 km, where a transition zone of about 100 km thickness separates it from the core.
Source: ge-at.iastate.edu

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"to wrap in a mantle," early 13c.; figurative use from mid-15c., from mantle (n.) or from Old French manteler. Related: Mantled; mantling.
Source: etymonline.com

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Old English mentel "loose, sleeveless cloak," from Latin mantellum "cloak" (source of Italian mantello, Old High German mantal, German Mantel, Old Norse mötull), perhaps from a Ce [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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The middle layer of the earth, between the crust and the core.
Source: minerals.net

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Mantle [N] [S] Heb. 'addereth, a large over-garment. This word is used of Elijah's mantle ( 1 Kings 19:13 1 Kings 19:19 ; 2 Kings 1 Kings 2:8 1 Kings 2:13 , etc.), which was probably a sheep [..]
Source: biblestudytools.com

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middle layer of the Earth, made of mostly solid rock. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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The mantle is the part of the earth's interior between the metallic outer core and the crust.
Source: earthquake.usgs.gov

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That portion of the interior of the Earth that lies between the crust and the core.
Source: ucmp.berkeley.edu

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n. A cloak.
Source: easypacelearning.com

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The interior region of a terrestrial (rocky) planet or other solid body that is below the crust and above the core.
Source: hubblesite.org

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the layer of the earth between the crust and the core. The upper part is the lithosphere (which includes the crust above). The majority of the mantle is the asthenosphere which extends to a depth of 2 [..]
Source: itseducation.asia

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 vegetable coating on the surface of stagnant water.
Source: shakespeare-online.com

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  vb. to cover, envelope.
Source: shakespeare-online.com

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Layer inside a planet or moon which lies below the crust and above the core. It is intermediate in temperature and density between these two layers. The Earth's mantle is about 2900 km thick and has an average density of 4.5 g/cm3.
Source: sci2.esa.int

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(1.) Heb. 'addereth, a large over-garment. This word is used of Elijah's mantle (1 Kings 19:13, 19; 2 Kings 2:8, 13, etc.), which was probably a sheepskin. It appears to have been his only g [..]
Source: biblegateway.com

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the word employed in the Authorized Version to translate no less than four Hebrew terms, entirely distinct and independent in both derivation and meaning.+ (Judges 4:18) the garment with which Jael co [..]
Source: biblegateway.com

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The zone of the earth below the crust and above the core.
Source: jersey.uoregon.edu

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A mobile layer of rock between the Earth’s crust and core. The rock is brittle and cool near the crust but becomes warm and soft closer to the core. The mantle is roughly 2,800 kilometres thick.
Source: canadiangeographic.com

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The middle layer of a planet located between the crust, or surface, and the core.
Source: starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov

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a loose sleeveless garment worn over other clothes, cloak
Source: apparelsearch.com

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the 2900 km thick zone of the Earth below the crust and above the mantle made up of minerals that contain iron, silica, magnesium and oxygen.
Source: divediscover.whoi.edu

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the portion of the Earth lying betweent he crust and the core, from a depth of 35 Km to 2900 Km.
Source: seafriends.org.nz

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The zone of the earth below the crust and above the core.
Source: fossilmall.com

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a roomy sleeveless piece of clothing that is worn over other garments.
Source: weconnectfashion.com

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(n) - the semi-solid layer of the Earth between the crust and the outer core
Source: sherwoodrocks.net

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Earth’s mantle is a rocky shell about 2,890 km thick that constitutes about 84 percent of Earth’s volume. It is predominantly solid and encloses the iron-rich hot core, which occupies about 15 per [..]
Source: experiland.com

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The zone of the earth below the crust and above the core.
Source: fossilmuseum.net

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The middle layer of the Earth between the crust and the core.
Source: mdk12.msde.maryland.gov

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The interior region of the Earth between the core and the crust.
Source: college.cengage.com

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A zone in the Earth's interior between the crust and the core that is 2,900 kilometers (1,800 mi) thick. (The lithosphere is composed of the topmost 65 - 70 kilometers (39 - 42 miles) of the mant [..]
Source: landmarkunitedstates.com

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layer of rock between the Earth’s crust and core. maria
Source: alanpedia.com

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the part of the Earth’s interior between the core and the crust, composed of peridotite
Source: gns.cri.nz

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A layer in Earth's structure that lies below the crust and above the core.
Source: propertiesofmatter.si.edu

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(n) the cloak as a symbol of authority(n) United States baseball player (1931-1997)(n) the layer of the earth between the crust and the core(n) anything that covers(n) (zoology) a protective laye [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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The thickest of the Earth's layers, lies between the crust and the core (Lesson 26)
Source: silvergrovescience.angelfire.com

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the largest layer of the earth's interior, reaching from the crust and the core to a depth of 2891 km.
Source: coml.org

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the fold of skin that covers the dorsal surface of molluscs and extends into lateral flaps that protect the gills in the mantle cavity. the outer surface of the mantle secretes the shell. Synapomorphy [..]
Source: animaldiversity.org

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pallium
Source: latin-dictionary.org

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That portion of the interior of the Earth that lies between the crust and the core.
Source: scientificpsychic.com

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The layer of the Earth below the crust
Source: nature.nps.gov

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The zone lying between the Earth’s crust and core. It includes the lower part of the lithosphere and all of the asthenosphere.
Source: geolsoc.org.uk

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Dark-shaded portion of the coat on shoulders, back, and sides.
Source: akc.org

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feathers on the upper surface of the wings and center of the back.
Source: sialis.org

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The action of stretching out the wings to hide food; there is a secondary meaning describing the action of stretching a wing and the same side leg out to one side of the body. A Harris Hawk mantling o [..]
Source: themodernapprentice.com

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Upper surface of the wings and the back.
Source: pursuetheoutdoors.com

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An overcoat, worn open, popular during the second half of the 15th century and the 16th century and often lined with fur along the hem and around the collar. It reached to the knee or foot, depending [..]
Source: wga.hu

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A Plant genus of the Family Rosaceae. Members contain esculetin and Quercetin.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Dark-shaded portion of the coat on shoulders, back, and sides.
Source: cats-and-dogs-on-the-web.com

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Flesh outer layer of the body. The mantle secretes and protects the shell. Found in molluscs.
Source: mesa.edu.au

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A mostly solid layer of Earth lying beneath the crust and above the core; consisting mostly of iron, magnesium, silicon, and oxygen. On other planets and moons, the mantle is the layer between the cru [..]
Source: psrd.hawaii.edu

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The middle layer of the earth -- between the crust and the core.
Source: greatmining.com

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Mantle tissue is the soft tissue found in an oyster or mollusk and is the medium for the cells that start the production of conchiolin and nacre.
Source: jtv.com

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The subterranean portion of the Earth that lies between the crust and the central core.
Source: celestialearthminerals.com

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Here used to indicate a part of royal costume, a long and loose cloak, often trimmed with ermine, and clasped with a cloakpin in the middle.
Source: web.ceu.hu

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an ornamental facing surrounding the fireplace or simply a shelf above a fireplace. Metal Liner
Source: ysaqmd.org

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The portion of a planet’s interior above the core but below the crust.
Source: planetfacts.org

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Middle layer of the Earth; between the crust and the core.
Source: thespacerace.com

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 as in mollusks, such as the black abalone, the mantle is a thin layer of tissue that covers most of the organs and produces the shell
Source: nmfs.noaa.gov

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The interior region of a terrestrial (rocky) planet or other solid body that is below the crust and above the core.
Source: amazing-space.stsci.edu

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in biology, a layer of tissue that covers the body of many invertebrates
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in Earth science, the layer of rock between Earth's crust and core
Source: go.hrw.com

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a cloak or loose garment worn over the upper body
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The last name of the great Mickey Mantle. As a kid from Oklahoma, Mantle played the game as well as anyone. He was a hero to millions in a time when Americans needed one. Baseball has had many great p [..]
Source: psacard.com

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Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The middle layer of the Earth lying between the crust and core.
Source: rgs.org

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Short for mantleshelf.
Source: ukclimbing.com

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A less-dense region that encloses Earth�s core, and composed of minerals in a hot, plastic state known as magma.
Source: celp.ca

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Layer of the Earth's interior composed of mostly solid rock that extends from the base of crust to a depth of about 2,900 kilometers.
Source: physicalgeography.net

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The interior region of a terrestrial (rocky) planet or other solid body that is below the crust and above the core.
Source: amazingspace.org


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