sima

[ UK /sˈiːmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈsimə/ ]
NOUN
  1. rock that form the continuous lower layer of the earth's crust; rich in silicon and magnesium
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How To Use sima In A Sentence

  • These infinitesimal particles are usually grouped into four main categories: the mesons, the baryons, the leptons, and the photons (the most basic unit of electromagnetic radiation).
  • I have heard that Italy is bellissima et serendissima. Think Progress » City Removes Spanish-Language Census Sign After ‘Angry’ Citizens And Lawmakers Raise A Fuss
  • All doctors with foreign qualifications have to pass examinations in South Africa before they could register, said Tshabalala-Msimang.
  • In fact there are fascinating glimpses of the Babylonians coming to terms with the fact that division by 7 would lead to an infinite sexagesimal fraction.
  • Twice an infinitesimal is an infinitesimal that is twice as big. The Volokh Conspiracy » “Year of Our Lord”
  • How can we avoid education in the new literacies becoming an example of “corruptio optimi pessima” the corruption of the best is the worst of all? Archive 2008-03-01
  • Sima Qian is a famouse historian, literati and editor.
  • After all, planetesimal sized portions of the Solar System cannot be considered to be orbiting the Earth, except in the obvious case of the Moon.
  • An infinitesimally small step for mankind, maybe, but one ginormous step for this unlucky man.
  • She repents when she meets him, and moves into the place he is staying, near Msimangu's Mission House.
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