Definitions for "Abrasion"
The act of abrading, wearing, or rubbing off; the wearing away by friction; as, the abrasion of coins.
The substance rubbed off.
A superficial excoriation, with loss of substance under the form of small shreds.
The process in which one material (such as sand-laden water) grinds away at another (such as a stream channel's floor and walls).
The grinding away of a pavers surface with the use of a mechanical tool.
The technique of grinding shallow decoration with a wheel. The decorated areas are left unpolished.
an abraded area where the skin is torn or worn off
a minor injury, since only the surface layers of the skin are damaged
a scratch on the surface of
An irritation or roughness to the skin.
A type of wound where the top layer of skin is removed, usually with very little bleeding. This type of wound is usually quite painful, and can easily be infected since dirt and germs can become embedded in it.
Using something rough (such as sandpaper).
(dermoabrasion) - mechanical action which destroys the outer skin layers.
Abrasion is the loss of tooth structure by mechanical forces from a foreign element. If this force begins at the cementoenamel junction, then progression of tooth loss can be rapid since enamel is very thin in this region of the tooth. Once past the enamel, abrasion quickly destroys the softer dentin and cementum structures.
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Keywords:  overdose, epithelium
Epithelium Overdose
Keywords:  facet, culet, nicks, fuzzy, crisp
Damage to the culet or facet edges usually caused by contact with other diamonds.
Tiny nicks along facet junctions, producing white fuzzy lines instead of sharp crisp facet edges.
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Keywords:  behind, soft, rock, wind, leaving
the process of which layers of soft rock are carried away by the wind leaving only the hard rock behind