Definition of Prominences. Meaning of Prominences. Synonyms of Prominences

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Definition of Prominences

Prominence
Prominence Prom"i*nence, Prominency Prom"i*nen*cy, n. [L. prominentia: cf. F. prominence. See Prominent. ] 1. The quality or state of being prominent; a standing out from something; conspicuousness. 2. That which is prominent; a protuberance. Solar prominences. (Astron.) See Solar Protuberances, under Protuberance.

Meaning of Prominences from wikipedia

- In topography, prominence (also referred to as autonomous height, relative height, and shoulder drop in US English, and drop or relative height in British...
- Some prominences may give rise to coronal m**** ejections. Scientists are currently researching how and why prominences are formed. A typical prominence extends...
- up prominence or prominent in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Prominence in topography is a measure of the independence of a summit. Prominence or Prominent...
- the eyeball to the nasal pit. The maxillary prominences ultimately fuse with the medial nasal prominence and the globular processes, and form the lateral...
- The mandibular prominence is an embryological structure which gives rise to the lower portion of the face. The mandible and lower lip derive from it. It...
- unpaired, and the others are the paired maxillary prominences, and the paired mandibular prominences. During the fourth w**** of embryonic development,...
- labyrinthine segment and midpoint of tympanic segment. The prominence of the facial canal (or prominence of the aqueduct of Fallopius) indicates the position...
- between two highlands (prominences or peaks) which has two wings which span the divide (the line between the two prominences) by crossing the divide...
- This is a list of mountain peaks ordered by their topographic prominence. The prominence of a peak is the minimum height of climb to the summit on any...
- elevations of most otherwise inaccessible places. Still, heights or prominences may be revised, so that the order of the list may change and even "new"...