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rheid

[′rē·əd]
(geology)
A substance (below its melting point) which deforms by viscous flow during applied stress at an order of magnitude at least three times that of elastic deformation under similar circumstances.
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Lying down on the beach, sitting in the sun and swimming in the sea can be a great way to spend your holidays but they can all leave your hair damaged if you don't protect it,' says Lisa Rheid, artistic director of Barbara Daley, Lime Street in Liverpool.