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bedrock

the solid unweathered rock that lies beneath the loose surface deposits of soil, alluvium, etc

bedrock

[′bed‚räk]
(geology)
General term applied to the solid rock underlying soil or any other unconsolidated surficial cover.

bedrock

The hard, solid rock at the earth’s surface or underlying surface soil; can be utilized as a firm foundation for a building.

Bedrock

A C++ class library for Macintosh user interface portability.
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Bedrock Automation provides IEC 61131-3 standard software that is free for an unlimited number of users.
Situated in a stone and timber boathouse, the Bedrock River Tours main offices is where stone posters advertise Bedrock's sightseeing opportunities such as The Flintstones Bedrock River Adventure.
The simulated pile was 1 m in diameter and 20 mm in thickness and embedded 3 m into the bedrock layer.
"The fundamental rights are in the core value and the bedrock of the Constitution.
Explain that there is a layer of solid rock beneath the Earth's surface, called bedrock. It can be made up of different kinds of rock.
International Resource News-July 3, 2017--Stelco acquires Bedrock Industries Group
In this case, the latter pertains to the "Bedrock" version that is built for Windows 10 PCs, Apple TV, Oculus Rift, Gear VR, as well as iOS and Android devices.
The joint venture partnership of Muss Development and Bedrock Real Estate Partners has acquired 180 Franklin Avenue for $66.5 million.
The marks on Kaizer Hill's bedrock had been recognized as manmade in the past.
Bedrock Data has partnered with Trujay Group to enable mid-market and enterprise customers to achieve more cost-effective, enterprise-grade integrations between vital business systems and applications, as well as managed services options for the expert management of integrated applications and systems, the companies said.
This is especially true when the bedrock of the pile end is discontinuous, in which case, even with a large field test, it is very difficult to gather data necessary for a qualitative analysis of the influence of jointed dip angles on bearing capacity.