consist of an inner, boney core covered by an outer sheath that is much like our fingernails. Horns are not shed annually as are antlers. They are found in the Bovidae family (bighorn sheep and mountain goats), and in pronghorns.
Spurious high-resistivity anomalies found on induction log curves inside the upper or lower boundary of a resistive bed in which the apparent resistivity markedly contrasts with that of a conductive adjacent bed. A result of improper boundary compensation for the level of formation resistivity being logged.
Abbreviation for French horns. General term in musical jargon for the brass and/or wind section of a band or orchestra. (3) The treble or high frequency portion of a PA speaker system. The horns work in conjunction with mid-range and bass bins to give high-quality response over the entire audio range.