Thin may refer to:
- People with lean narrow physiques, see emaciation and underweight
- Thin client, computer in client-server architecture networks
- Thin film, material layer of about 1 µm thickness
- Thin-film deposition, any technique for depositing a thin film of material onto a substrate or onto previously deposited layers
- Thin film memory, high-speed variation of core memory developed by Sperry Rand in a government-funded research project
- Thin-film optics, the branch of optics that deals with very thin structured layers of different materials
- Thin layer chromatography (TLC), a chromatography technique used in chemistry to separate chemical compounds
- Thin layers (oceanography), congregations of phytoplankton and zooplankton in the water column
- Thin lens, lens with a thickness that is negligible compared to the focal length of the lens in optics
- Thin Lizzy, Irish rock band who formed in Dublin in 1969
- The Thin Man, 1933 mystery novel by Dashiell Hammett
- The Thin Man (film), the first of six comic detective films starring William Powell and Myrna Loy
- Thin (film), an HBO television documentary about eating disorders by Lauren Greenfield
- Thin (web server), a Ruby web-server based on Mongrel
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... ENN Solar Group is the Chinese amorphous silicon thin-film cell maker ... began its mass production of the 1.1 × 1.4-metre amorphous silicon thin-film solar panel from its plant in Henan, China, marking a milestone on a journey that began about two years ago ... A triple-junction thin-film silicon cell structure that is claimed to have produced conversion efficiencies of 14.8% is also in development phase at Mitsubishi Electric ...
... shell, and the little gas that is still present easily escapes through the thin shell ... Property Name Shell Mold Casting Sand Casting Shapes Thin-walled Complex, Solid Cylindrical, Solid Cubic, Solid Complex (Flat, Thin-walled Cylindrical ...
... Thin-slicing is a term used in psychology and philosophy to describe the ability to find patterns in events based only on "thin slices," or narrow ...
... Liam Ireland is the thinnest man according to the Guinness Book of World Records ... The Thin Blue Line (disambiguation) Thin-walled ...
... Cleavers are primarily used for cutting through thin or soft bones and sinew ... chicken, for example, it can be used to chop through the bird's thin bones or to separate ribs ... and other foods, such as squash, where a thin slicing blade runs the risk of shattering ...
Famous quotes containing the word thin:
“Much of a mans character will be found betokened in his backbone. I would rather feel your spine than your skull, whoever you are. A thin joist of a spine never yet upheld a full and noble soul.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“... found myself
not thin but thinner, nervous,
who hurries without animal calm.”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“Why does the thin grey strand
Floating up from the forgotten
Cigarette between my fingers,
Why does it trouble me?”
—D.H. (David Herbert)