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sole:

see flatfishflatfish,
common name for any member of the unique and widespread order Pleuronectiformes containing over 500 species (including the flounder, halibut, plaice, sole, and turbot), 130 of which are American.
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sole

[sōl]
(building construction)
The horizontal member beneath the studs in a framed building.
(electronics)
Electrode used in magnetrons and backward-wave oscillators to carry a current that generates a magnetic field in the direction wanted.
(geography)
The lowest part of a valley.
(geology)
The bottom of a sedimentary stratum.
The middle and lower portion of the shear surface of a landslide.
The underlying fault plane of a thrust nappe. Also known as sole plane.
(hydrology)
The basal ice of a glacier, often dirty in appearance due to contained rock fragments.

sole

1. Same as solepiece.
2. Same as soleplate.

sole

1
Law having no wife or husband

sole

2
1. the underside of the foot
2. the underside of a golf-club head
3. the bottom of an oven, furnace, etc.

sole

3
1. any tongue-shaped flatfish of the family Soleidae, esp Solea solea (European sole): most common in warm seas and highly valued as food fishes
2. any of certain other similar fishes
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The number of expired CRs as on December 31, 2016 stood at 117,038 including 75,864 sole proprietorships and 41,174 commercial companies.
6 Take the sole from the pan onto a serving plate and carefully pour the other ingredients over the top to serve.
Sole said that as that business grew alongside School for CEOs, it became apparent that the two businesses complement each other offering clients wider support.
Dover Sole is also known as Slime or Slippery Sole because they excrete mucous that makes it difficult to hold them.
The Sole gas field is located in VIC/RL3, offshore Victoria, approximately 62 kilometres from the Orbost Gas Plant, onshore Victoria.
If the sole is badly damaged, then we can fill and sand it so it is completely smooth, then apply the colour.
With Hughes once again playing his hand at the 11th hour, Sole Power will be a different proposition back at the minimum trip on decent ground, and the hat-trick beckons.
The dry matter accumulation, yield attributes such as cob weight, grain rows/ cob, grains/cob and 100-grain weight, and yield of maize increased significantly when it was intercropped with potato compared with sole cropping of maize and most of the intercropping combinations, however higher values of these were also associated with maize + pea intercropping systems (Table 1).
With wrong sides together, align one fleece sole over one canvas sole; pin or baste the perimeter (3).
The tonus of the longitudinal sole muscle cells in the horizontal muscular system in L.
The study's lead researcher physiotherapist Dr Sian MacRae asked 115 people with chronic lower back pain to wear rocker sole shoes or normal trainers for at least two hours a day while standing and walking.
Since Sole Power won the 2010 Nunthorpe at 100-1 he has been a standing dish in major sprints and netted a second top-level success in June when defeating Shea Shea by a neck in the King's Stand Stakes.