Layer

Layer may refer to:

  • A layer of archaeological deposits in an Excavation
  • A layer hen, a hen raised to produce eggs
  • Layering, a technique for plant propagation
  • Layered hair, a popular hair-styling technique
  • Layered clothing, the wearing of multiple layers of clothing for practical or fashion purposes
  • Layer de la Haye is a village in Essex, England

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Other articles related to "layer":

Tom Keating - Technique
... As a restorer he knew about the chemistry of cleaning-fluids so, a layer of glycerine under the paint layer ensured that when any of his forged paintings needed to be cleaned (as all oil paintings need to be ...
FieldTurf
... The infill is composed of a bottom layer of silica sand, a middle layer which is a mixture of sand and cryogenic rubber and a top layer of only rubber ...
Layer - Technology - Electronics
... DVD layer, such as in DVD Dual layer recording F region, or Appleton Layer (telecommunications) Layer (electronics), a single thickness of some material covering a ...
Session Layer
... In the seven-layer OSI model of computer networking, the session layer is layer 5 ... The session layer provides the mechanism for opening, closing and managing a session between end-user application processes, i.e ... Session-layer services are commonly used in application environments that make use of remote procedure calls (RPCs) ...
Topsoil - Importance
... obtain most of their nutrients from this layer ... The actual depth of the topsoil layer can be measured as the depth from the surface to the first densely packed soil layer known as subsoil ...

Famous quotes containing the word layer:

    A revolution is not the overturning of a cart, a reshuffling in the cards of state. It is a process, a swelling, a new growth in the race. If it is real, not simply a trauma, it is another ring in the tree of history, layer upon layer of invisible tissue composing the evidence of a circle.
    Kate Millett (b. 1934)

    After a few months’ acquaintance with European “coffee,” one’s mind weakens, and his faith with it, and he begins to wonder if the rich beverage of home, with its clotted layer of yellow cream on top of it, is not a mere dream after all, and a thing which never existed.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    This world is run by people who know how to do things. They know how things work. They are equipped. Up there, there’s a layer of people who run everything. But we—we’re just peasants. We don’t understand what’s going on, and we can’t do anything.
    Doris Lessing (b. 1919)